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CONFEDERATE BLOCK-A ARTILLERY BUTTON FROM CLARK’S MOUNTAIN

CONFEDERATE BLOCK-A ARTILLERY BUTTON FROM CLARK’S MOUNTAIN

This Confederate artillery enlisted man’s coat button was excavated in central Virginia as Clark’s Mountain. The face has a deep, chocolate brown patina with a little green at the 12 o’clock and… (1000-2238). Learn More »

POSTWAR VIRGINIA STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON BY HORSTMANN

POSTWAR VIRGINIA STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON BY HORSTMANN

This three-piece coat size Virginia button has substantial gilt left on the face and good detailing of the figures of the Virginia state seal and the motto on a ribbon on a lined background with an… (1000-2250). Learn More »

GEORGIA STATE SEAL CUFF BUTTON EXCAVATED AT CLARKS MOUNTAIN

GEORGIA STATE SEAL CUFF BUTTON EXCAVATED AT CLARKS MOUNTAIN

This is a cuff size Georgia state seal button was excavated at Clark’s Mountain, an important observation point in central Virginia. The back and shank are in place. The face bears the state coat of… (1000-2259). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE INFANTRY SCRIPT-I BUTTON

CONFEDERATE INFANTRY SCRIPT-I BUTTON

This coat-size Confederate infantryman’s button recently came to us in group of buttons excavated in central Virginia. This has a nice, full chocolate patina of the face with a tad of gray showing,… (1000-2241). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TIME FUSE ADAPTER RECOVERED AT STONES’ RIVER; WITH LETTER “F” STAMPED INTO BASE

CONFEDERATE TIME FUSE ADAPTER RECOVERED AT STONES’ RIVER; WITH LETTER “F” STAMPED INTO BASE

The most widely used Confederate fuse plugs were copper time fuse adapters with two spanner holes in the head. These fuse adapters came in various lengths and head diameters. This style was mainly… (766-1221). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TIME FUSE ADAPTER RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA; WITH LETTER “F” STAMPED INTO BASE

CONFEDERATE TIME FUSE ADAPTER RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA; WITH LETTER “F” STAMPED INTO BASE

The most widely used Confederate fuse plugs were copper time fuse adapters with two spanner holes in the head. These fuse adapters came in various lengths and head diameters. This style was mainly… (766-1222). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TIME FUSE ADAPTER RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA; WITH LETTER “F” STAMPED INTO BASE

CONFEDERATE TIME FUSE ADAPTER RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA; WITH LETTER “F” STAMPED INTO BASE

The most widely used Confederate fuse plugs were copper time fuse adapters with two spanner holes in the head. These fuse adapters came in various lengths and head diameters. This style was mainly… (766-1220). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TIME FUSE ADAPTER RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA; WITH LETTER “F” STAMPED INTO BASE

CONFEDERATE TIME FUSE ADAPTER RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA; WITH LETTER “F” STAMPED INTO BASE

The most widely used Confederate fuse plugs were copper time fuse adapters with two spanner holes in the head. These fuse adapters came in various lengths and head diameters. This style was mainly… (766-1219). Learn More »

US BORMANN TIME FUSE RECOVERED IN GEORGIA

US BORMANN TIME FUSE RECOVERED IN GEORGIA

This type of time fuse was manufactured in Federal arsenals. Made of white metal, a mixture of lead and zinc. Double wrench slot, the Bormann fuse had a burn time of .75 seconds to 5.5 seconds. The… (766-1217). Learn More »

US BORMANN TIME FUSE RECOVERED IN GEORGIA

US BORMANN TIME FUSE RECOVERED IN GEORGIA

This type of time fuse was manufactured in Federal arsenals. Made of white metal, a mixture of lead and zinc. Double wrench slot, the Bormann fuse had a burn time of .75 seconds to 5.5 seconds. The… (766-1216). Learn More »

US BORMANN TIME FUSE RECOVERED IN GEORGIA

US BORMANN TIME FUSE RECOVERED IN GEORGIA

This type of time fuse was manufactured in Federal arsenals. Made of white metal, a mixture of lead and zinc. Double wrench slot, the Bormann fuse had a burn time of .75 seconds to 5.5 seconds. Fuse… (766-1218). Learn More »

$145.00
ON HOLD

STONE ARROWHEAD FROM MAINE, C.E. DEARING 16th MAINE COLLECTION

STONE ARROWHEAD FROM MAINE, C.E. DEARING 16th MAINE COLLECTION

A small white, stone arrowhead from the effects of Charles E. Dearing. There is no information or tag with it, but Dearing was born in Webster, Maine, and aside from a brief period in Boston and a… (766-1106). Learn More »

$25.00
ON HOLD

STONE ARROWHEAD FROM MAINE, C.E. DEARING 16th MAINE COLLECTION

STONE ARROWHEAD FROM MAINE, C.E. DEARING 16th MAINE COLLECTION

A small black, stone arrowhead from the effects of Charles E. Dearing. There is no information or tag with it, but Dearing was born in Webster, Maine, and aside from a brief period in Boston and a… (766-1105). Learn More »

$25.00
ON HOLD

LEAF FROM “THE LAST TREE LIVING THAT WASHINGTON PLANTED AT MT. VERNON.”, A SOUVENIR BROUGHT HOME BY QM SGT. CHARLES DEARING, 16TH MAINE

LEAF FROM “THE LAST TREE LIVING THAT WASHINGTON PLANTED AT MT. VERNON.”, A SOUVENIR BROUGHT HOME BY QM SGT. CHARLES DEARING, 16TH MAINE

A nice souvenir, typical of keepsakes from travel or historical mementos: a leaf plucked or, let’s hope, just picked up, at Mount Vernon from what was purported to be the last tree living there that… (766-1108). Learn More »

$55.00
ON HOLD

FOUR SOUVENIR BULLETS FROM CHARLES E. DEARING, 16th MAINE, STRUCK BY A SPENT BULLET AT FREDERICKSBURG

FOUR SOUVENIR BULLETS FROM CHARLES E. DEARING, 16th MAINE, STRUCK BY A SPENT BULLET AT FREDERICKSBURG

These four Minie balls were among the mementos kept by Charles Dearing and passed down through the family. One is a Williams cleaner round with its base in place and another has been flattened by… (766-1107). Learn More »

$35.00
ON HOLD

“SACRED SOIL” FROM THE BATTLEFIELD OF BULL RUN: A WARTIME MEMENTO SENT HOME BY CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE

“SACRED SOIL” FROM THE BATTLEFIELD OF BULL RUN: A WARTIME MEMENTO SENT HOME BY CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE

This is from a large group of material we recently acquired that came from Charles E. Dearing, Corporal, Sergeant, First Sergeant, and Quartermaster Sergeant of the 16th Maine. Dearing served with the… (766-1104). Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

US/CS ARTILLERY VENT PUNCH RECOVERED IN GEORGIA

US/CS ARTILLERY VENT PUNCH RECOVERED IN GEORGIA

Iron tool used for clearing the vent hole on a cannon when the “gimlet” tool failed. Octagonal head with a wire stem 4 ¼” long. Recovered in Atlanta. … (766-1205). Learn More »

$50.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE FUSE ADAPTER / 6 LB. FRAGMENT IN RICHMOND, VA

CONFEDERATE FUSE ADAPTER / 6 LB. FRAGMENT IN RICHMOND, VA

A Confederate 6 Pounder 3.67” spherical shell fragment with a Confederate copper fuse adapter. Recovered in Richmond, VA.  [ws] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (766-1213). Learn More »

FANTASTIC CARVED .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL

FANTASTIC CARVED .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL

This is a great “dug” relic. A bored soldier who was handy with a pocket knife carved this minie ball. With multiple horizontal rings and four vertical line cut into this ball, it could be called… (286-748). Learn More »

$55.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE FUSE ADAPTER/SHELL FRAGMENT RECOVERED IN ATLANTA, GA

CONFEDERATE FUSE ADAPTER/SHELL FRAGMENT RECOVERED IN ATLANTA, GA

A Confederate 12 Pounder 4.52” diameter polygonal cavity spherical shell fragment with a Confederate copper fuse adapter recovered in Atlanta, GA. Used exclusively by the Confederacy, interior cast… (766-1211). Learn More »


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COIN SILVER DESK BOX MARKED “WM. CALDWELL / LAKE GEORGE”

This coin silver captain’s desk box is beautifully engraved on the lid with the name of the ship, the “William Caldwell”, which was built at the northern end of Lake George in Ticonderoga, New York in the spring of 1838. Box has a hinged and… (30-1983). Learn More »

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