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CS/US ARTILLERY IRON CASE SHOT BALL FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

CS/US ARTILLERY IRON CASE SHOT BALL FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

Item is in excellent condition, no doubt an early battlefield pick up. This item was once part of the Shields Museum Collection, located on the First Day’s Battlefield by the Reynolds equestrian… (490-2287). Learn More »

$20.00
ON HOLD

FIRED BRITISH .577 ENFIELD BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

FIRED BRITISH .577 ENFIELD BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

This item was once part of the Shields Museum Collection, located on the First Day’s Battlefield by the Reynolds equestrian statue. Arthur “OTT” Shield’s opened a Civil War Museum west of… (490-2285). Learn More »

$10.00
ON HOLD

FIRED CONFEDERATE .58 BULLET WITH RAMROD MARKS ON NOSE FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

FIRED CONFEDERATE .58 BULLET WITH RAMROD MARKS ON NOSE FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

Bullet exhibits ramrod marks from being pounded into the bore. This item was once part of the Shields Museum Collection, located on the First Day’s Battlefield by the Reynolds equestrian… (490-2284). Learn More »

$12.00
ON HOLD

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .54 GEORGIA TEAT BASE BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .54 GEORGIA TEAT BASE BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

.54 Georgia teat based bullet in good dropped condition. This item was once part of the Shields Museum Collection, located on the First Day’s Battlefield by the Reynolds equestrian statue. Arthur… (490-2282). Learn More »

$12.00
ON HOLD

BRITISH DROPPED .577 CALIBER ENFIELD BULLET WITH ‘L’ IN BASE, FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

BRITISH DROPPED .577 CALIBER ENFIELD BULLET WITH ‘L’ IN BASE, FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

Dropped “L” base Enfield bullet manufactured by the Ludlow Company. This item was once part of the Shields Museum Collection, located on the First Day’s Battlefield by the Reynolds equestrian… (490-2283). Learn More »

$25.00
ON HOLD

EXCAVATED BREECH BLOCK AND LEVER FROM SHARPS CARBINE OR RIFLE

EXCAVATED BREECH BLOCK AND LEVER FROM SHARPS CARBINE OR RIFLE

This item is the sliding breech block from a Sharps carbine or rifle. Attached to the bottom of the block is the lever / trigger guard. This “dug” relic and shows pitting but retains decent… (1000-2236). Learn More »

EXCAVATED BREECH BLOCK AND LEVER FROM SHARPS CARBINE OR RIFLE

EXCAVATED BREECH BLOCK AND LEVER FROM SHARPS CARBINE OR RIFLE

This item is the sliding breech block from a Sharps carbine or rifle. Attached to the bottom of the block is the lever / trigger guard. This “dug” relic is rusty but retains great detail. Iron is… (1000-2227). Learn More »

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .58 GEORGIA TEAT BASE BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .58 GEORGIA TEAT BASE BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

Bullet was recovered from a campsite of Georgia troops near the 1st day’s battlefield. Nice condition with white patina. This item was once part of the Shields Museum Collection, located on the… (490-2405). Learn More »

$20.00
ON HOLD

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .54 GEORGIA TEAT BASE BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .54 GEORGIA TEAT BASE BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

.54 Georgia teat based bullet in good dropped condition. This item was once part of the Shields Museum Collection, located on the First Day’s Battlefield by the Reynolds equestrian statue. Arthur… (490-2269). Learn More »

$20.00
ON HOLD

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .54 RICHMOND ARSENAL SHARPS BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .54 RICHMOND ARSENAL SHARPS BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

Bullet is similar to the US sharps bullet but was manufactured at the Richmond Arsenal in Richmond, Virginia. Nice dropped condition with a white patina. This item was once part of the Shields Museum… (490-2275). Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .54 RICHMOND ARSENAL SHARPS BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .54 RICHMOND ARSENAL SHARPS BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

Bullet is similar to the US sharps bullet but was manufactured at the Richmond Arsenal in Richmond, Virginia. Nice dropped condition with a white patina. This item was once part of the Shields Museum… (490-2406). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE LEAD CAP BOX FINIAL FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

CONFEDERATE LEAD CAP BOX FINIAL FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

An early battlefield pickup, 8 primer rolls are intact with remains of the tin container. This item was once part of the Shields Museum Collection, located on the First Day’s Battlefield by the… (490-2404). Learn More »

$20.00
ON HOLD

REMAINS OF MAYNARD TYPE PRIMER AND CONTAINER FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

REMAINS OF MAYNARD TYPE PRIMER AND CONTAINER FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION. RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAYS BATTLEFIELD WEST OF TOWN

An early battlefield pickup, 8 primer rolls are intact with remains of the tin container. This item was once part of the Shields Museum Collection, located on the First Day’s Battlefield by the… (490-2426). Learn More »

.58 CALIBER IRON MUSKET BALL MOLD

.58 CALIBER IRON MUSKET BALL MOLD

Iron scissor-type mold to cast a lead round ball for muskets.  Single cavity mold with spout and a sprue cutter in handle. Cavity measures approximately 0.56”. The number “24” is stamped in… (1117-161). Learn More »

RELIC M1873 MAYNARD BULLET MOLD

RELIC M1873 MAYNARD BULLET MOLD

Iron bullet mold measures approximately 7 ½” long. Two halves pinned with rivet and has floating sprue cutter. Iron is pitted but not badly; could be “dug” or out of a barn. Still opens and… (1117-238). Learn More »

OPENED PACK OF U.S. PERCUSSION CAPS FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM OF GETTYSBURG – RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD WEST OF GETTYSBURG

OPENED PACK OF U.S. PERCUSSION CAPS FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM OF GETTYSBURG – RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD WEST OF GETTYSBURG

Recovered on the First Day’s Battlefield, an early battlefield “pickup”. An opened pack used for display; original paper wrapper with eleven brass percussion caps. This item was once part of the… (490-2412). Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT MINIE BALL FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM OF GETTYSBURG – RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD WEST OF GETTYSBURG

DROPPED CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT MINIE BALL FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM OF GETTYSBURG – RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD WEST OF GETTYSBURG

A dropped example with a shallow disk base, nose cast. Nice white patina. Recovered on the First Day’s Battlefield. This item was once part of the Shields Museum Collection, located on the First… (490-2297). Learn More »

FIRED CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER NESSLER SHOTGUN SLUG FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM OF GETTYSBURG – RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD WEST OF GETTYSBURG

FIRED CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER NESSLER SHOTGUN SLUG FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM OF GETTYSBURG – RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD WEST OF GETTYSBURG

Manufactured exclusively in North Carolina at the North Carolina Institute for the Deaf, Dumb, and Blind in Raleigh. Three patterns exist, this one is the short pattern. Fired by North Carolina troops… (490-2298). Learn More »

BRASS PATCHBOX FROM MISSISSIPPI RIFLE FOUND NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

BRASS PATCHBOX FROM MISSISSIPPI RIFLE FOUND NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

This relic is the brass patchbox from a Model 1841 “Mississippi” rifle. This part was fitted into the shoulder stock at the butt of the rifle and measures 7 ½” overall. Brass exhibits beautiful… (2020-1150). Learn More »

TWO-PIECE INTERLOCKING CS BUCKLE FROM ANTIETAM, STRUCK!

TWO-PIECE INTERLOCKING CS BUCKLE FROM ANTIETAM, STRUCK!

This excavated two-piece interlocking Confederate belt buckle has a nice green and gray patina and was recovered at Antietam. The tongue with the CS is well defined. The oak-leaves on the wreath are a… (2020-1194). Learn More »


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M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. EDWIN A. WOOD, CO. A, 51ST MASSACHUSETTS

Manufactured: Unknown Maker: Unknown Year: 1862 Model: Non Regulation Staff & Field Size: 31.00 Condition: VG This sword is classified as non-regulation as it has the full basket minus the “US”.  High grade example with brass guard and… (870-394). Learn More »

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