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RELIC CONDITION U.S. CAVALRY SLING BUCKLE

RELIC CONDITION U.S. CAVALRY SLING BUCKLE

This brass carbine buckle was once part of a Union cavalryman’s carbine sling rig. One prong remains intact while the other prong has broken off of the ring. Buckle exhibits a dark rust colored… (1000-1342). Learn More »

RELIC RE-PAINTED WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN MODEL 1942 HELMET

RELIC RE-PAINTED WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN MODEL 1942 HELMET

Helmet was dug out of the ground but is in solid condition. The entire helmet has been repainted a field gray color. Some small amounts of rust have worked its way to the surface on the interior but… (873-22). Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

OFFICER’S CROSSED SABERS INSIGNIA EXCAVATED AT MURFREESBORO

OFFICER’S CROSSED SABERS INSIGNIA EXCAVATED AT MURFREESBORO

This is a brass, false embroidered officer’s style cavalry insignia.  Excavated crossed sabers in excellent condition with an even dark patina. Attachment wires are gone but solder marks remain. … (33-371). Learn More »

$250.00
ON HOLD

SECOND CORPS BADGE EXCAVATED AT PETERSBURG

SECOND CORPS BADGE EXCAVATED AT PETERSBURG

This is a brass, false embroidered 2nd Corps badge.  Excavated but still in very good condition with an even dark patina. Stem is broken off and there is no attachment device left on the back. … (33-477). Learn More »

CROSSED CANNONS INSIGNIA EXCAVATED AT COLD HARBOR

CROSSED CANNONS INSIGNIA EXCAVATED AT COLD HARBOR

Brass, enlistedman’s style artillery hat insignia. Crossed cannons in relic condition with dark brown patina.  Fair condition with dents and a few small cracks.  Displays very well.  Recovered at… (33-373). Learn More »

FRAMED C.S. OVAL “EGG SHAPED” BELT PLATE, RECOVERED FROM ATLANTA

FRAMED C.S. OVAL “EGG SHAPED” BELT PLATE, RECOVERED FROM ATLANTA

Belt plate was found on the Confederate line at the site of the Battle of Atlanta, Georgia, which took place in 1864.  Plate is in very good relic condition, just slightly warped. Plate is made of… (1030-262). Learn More »

U.S. CAVALRY CARBINE BUCKLE- RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

U.S. CAVALRY CARBINE BUCKLE- RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

This two-prong brass carbine buckle was once part of a Union cavalryman’s carbine sling rig. Item was from the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners of the Electric Map Museum and then National Park… (R23022). Learn More »

$225.00
ON HOLD

U.S. / C.S. IRON STIRRUP – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

U.S. / C.S. IRON STIRRUP – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Iron stirrup was recovered at Country Club Road in Gettysburg. It was from the collection of Ron Miller, brother of Ed Miller, who amassed a large collection of Gettysburg relics from 1960’s –… (286-514). Learn More »

$67.50
ON HOLD

BROKEN U.S. BRASS STIRRUP – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

BROKEN U.S. BRASS STIRRUP – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Brass stirrup was recovered at Country Club Road in Gettysburg. It was from the collection of Ron Miller, brother of Ed Miller, who amassed a large collection of Gettysburg relics from 1960’s –… (286-513). Learn More »

$45.00
ON HOLD

U.S.MODEL 1858 NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN HALF RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

U.S.MODEL 1858 NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN HALF RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Dug canteen half retains entire spout. “GETTYSBURG 1863” is painted in beige lettering. Civil War soldiers are known to have put canteens into a fire to melt the solder and separate the tin… (1030-373). Learn More »

$125.00
ON HOLD

ONE HALF OF A CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE

ONE HALF OF A CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE

This is an interesting study piece. Now measuring 32mm by 65mm, the open side of the frame broke off at the central bar. Since the belt was sewn to the central bar and the tongues remain in place, it… (1000-1321). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE WIDE FRAME FIXED TONGUE BUCKLE

CONFEDERATE WIDE FRAME FIXED TONGUE BUCKLE

Measuring 62mm by 72mm, this fixed tongue buckle has slightly wider side bars than the standard frame buckle. The tongues have a slight bevel on the side of the buckle where they and the crossbar are… (1000-1339). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE FROM CENTRAL VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE FROM CENTRAL VIRGINIA

This C.S. frame buckle shows impact from something. The plate measures 64mm by 72mm and its central bar has been bent to one side and one edge of the frame has been bowed slightly. The excavator has… (1000-1338). 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 »

$30.00
Originally $40.00

COLLECTION OF DUG UNION AND CONFEDERATE BUTTONS - MISSISSIPPI “I”

COLLECTION OF DUG UNION AND CONFEDERATE BUTTONS - MISSISSIPPI “I”

This lot of 12 dug buttons includes the following: 5 US General Service Eagle coat buttons – 1 extra quality, 2 Scoville, 2 plain backs. All have shanks. None have any gilt left. Most have dark… (611-578). Learn More »

$450.00
Originally $650.00

CONFEDERATE THIN OR “BABY” FRAME BUCKLE FROM MALVERN HILL

CONFEDERATE THIN OR “BABY” FRAME BUCKLE FROM MALVERN HILL

A standard issue Confederate general service frame buckle. These have a number of variations and this thinner frame style is sometimes termed the “baby” frame version and thought to have been used… (1030-267). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG FOUND CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE FRAME BUCKLE

GETTYSBURG FOUND CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE FRAME BUCKLE

Like the frame buckles cast with tongues integral to the frame, the forked tongue buckle was a widely used general service belt buckle by Confederate soldiers. This is the larger variety and has the… (1030-270). Learn More »

$975.00
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2.6” HOTCHKISS SHELL FROM SHILOH

2.6” HOTCHKISS SHELL FROM SHILOH

This is a fired and excavated artillery shell recovered at Shiloh.  This is the nose and sabot portions only, the base cup having been stripped off when fired.  The separation of the parts of… (M26215). Learn More »

$475.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE 12-PDR FRAGMENT WITH “Q”-MARKED FUSE

CONFEDERATE 12-PDR FRAGMENT WITH “Q”-MARKED FUSE

This is the top portion of a 12-pounder C.S. cannon ball in relic condition.  The iron fragment still holds the bronze fuse adaptor that was screwed into it.  On the underside of the fuse a “Q”… (1000-2170). Learn More »

GAVEL MADE OF WOOD FROM LIBBY PRISION WITH ORIGINAL TAG AND LITHOGRAPHON LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN WITH PRESENTATION

GAVEL MADE OF WOOD FROM LIBBY PRISION WITH ORIGINAL TAG AND LITHOGRAPH

Ornate wood gavel in excellent condition. It meas. approx. 8.50 inches long with a head that is 3.50 inches wide. Both the head and the handle have been turned to produce delicate linear decoration… (766-801). Learn More »

$950.00
Originally $1,250.00


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WONDERFUL ANDERSONVILLE RELIC CRIBBAGE BOARD FROM THE CLARA BARTON FAIR

After the Civil War Clara Barton went to Andersonville Prison with former inmate Private Dorance Atwater of the 1st Connecticut Cavalry Battalion and 2nd New York Cavalry Regiment. Barton and Atwater had a list of names and grave numbers that Atwater… (846-111). Learn More »

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