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CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT MINIE BALL FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT MINIE BALL FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

Nice white patina, bullet is in dropped condition. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners of the Electric Map Museum and then… (173-3111). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE .54 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT MINIE BALL FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE .54 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT MINIE BALL FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

Nice white patina, with dirt still attached to the bullet, which is in dropped condition. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners… (173-3112). Learn More »

US/CS IRON CASE SHOT BALL FOUND IN THE HISTORIC WHEATFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

US/CS IRON CASE SHOT BALL FOUND IN THE HISTORIC WHEATFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Once part of the Lee’s Headquarters Museum collection, located on the First Day’s Battlefield. Iron ball from a 3” projectile, in excellent condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (173-2945). Learn More »

US/CS .69 CALIBER ROUND MUSKET BALL USED AS A “PAIN BULLET”, FOUND IN THE VALLEY OF DEATH AT GETTYSBURG

US/CS .69 CALIBER ROUND MUSKET BALL USED AS A “PAIN BULLET”, FOUND IN THE VALLEY OF DEATH AT GETTYSBURG

The round musket ball exhibits human teeth marks. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners of the Electric Map Museum and then… (532-73). Learn More »

$39.50
ON HOLD

US/CS 12 LB CANISTER BALL FOUND IN A FIELD NEXT TO REYNOLDS’ WOODS AT GETTYSBURG

US/CS 12 LB CANISTER BALL FOUND IN A FIELD NEXT TO REYNOLDS’ WOODS AT GETTYSBURG

Ball has light ground corrosion and minor pitting. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners of the Electric Map Museum and then… (173-3219). Learn More »

FIRED US ARTILLERY FRICTION PRIMER FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

FIRED US ARTILLERY FRICTION PRIMER FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

Standard brass US primer fired during the 1st Day’s Battle, west of Gettysburg. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners of the… (173-3097). Learn More »

$29.50
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER GEORGIA TEAT BASE BULLET FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER GEORGIA TEAT BASE BULLET FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

Nice white patina, bullet in dropped condition! Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners of the Electric Map Museum and then… (173-3113). Learn More »

$25.00
ON HOLD

US INFANTRY OFFICER’S “I” JACKET BUTTON FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

US INFANTRY OFFICER’S “I” JACKET BUTTON FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

Button has a plain back with shank. Light corrosion on the face. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners of the Electric Map… (173-3104). Learn More »

$45.00
ON HOLD

US GENERAL SERVICE ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE JACKET BUTTON FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

US GENERAL SERVICE ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE JACKET BUTTON FOUND ON OAK RIDGE AT GETTYSBURG

Button has a nice dark olive patina with shank. Backmark reads, “Scovill Mfg. Waterbury”. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection,… (173-3105). Learn More »

$50.00
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US GENERAL SERVICE ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE JACKET BUTTON FOUND IN THE HISTORIC WHEATFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

US GENERAL SERVICE ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE JACKET BUTTON FOUND IN THE HISTORIC WHEATFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Button still retains a lot of the dirt as found, complete with shank. Backmark reads “Extra Quality”.  Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family… (532-71). Learn More »

$65.00
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US/CS IRON CANISTER BALL FOUND ON THE EAST CAVALRY FIELD, BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

US/CS IRON CANISTER BALL FOUND ON THE EAST CAVALRY FIELD, BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

Canister ball measures .75” in diameter. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners of the Electric Map Museum and then National… (173-2620). Learn More »

RELIC CIVILIAN / CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC CIVILIAN / CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Civilian or Confederate style spur with scalloped edges. No rowel. Light patina on the brass, may have been over cleaned by the “digger”. In very good… (665-50). Learn More »

RELIC CIVILIAN / CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC CIVILIAN / CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Civilian or Confederate style spur with scalloped edges. Large sun-burst style rowel. Light patina on the brass; piece was over cleaned by the “digger”… (665-44). Learn More »

$250.00
ON HOLD

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Federal style spur without gutter at heel. Rowel is missing. Nice brown color to the brass, with green in areas. Maker marked, “GTB”. Very good… (665-47). Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Federal style spur without gutter at heel. Rowel is missing. Nice brown color to the brass. Very good “dug” condition. Recovered from Brandy Station… (665-46). Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Federal style spur without gutter at heel. Rowel is missing. Nice light brown color to the brass with some original gilt showing in areas. Very good… (665-45). Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

CS 3” READ SHELL ID’D TO EDWARD C. BLOCKER, 138TH PA. INFANTRY

CS 3” READ SHELL ID’D TO EDWARD C. BLOCKER, 138TH PA. INFANTRY

This is an early Gettysburg battlefield pickup by Blocker, a resident of Adams County, PA. It is a mint condition, unfired shell with a copper sabot. The top bourrelet band is flush on one side of… (809-10). Learn More »

$1,250.00
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EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICKUP U.S. 3-INCH SCHENKL SHELL FROM GETTYSBURG

EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICKUP U.S. 3-INCH SCHENKL SHELL FROM GETTYSBURG

A nice clean, early battlefield pickup 3” Schenkl artillery shell in wonderful condition.  Iron body is smooth and clean with no active rust. Percussion fuse has a dark patina with about ¼ of the… (809-14). Learn More »

BRASS COAT BUTTON C1820-1830

BRASS COAT BUTTON C1820-1830

Button has a plain face. Shank is present on reverse. Backmark reads, “SCOVILLES BEST TREBLE GILT”. Measures 30mm.  [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (173-585). Learn More »

BRASS COAT BUTTON, CIRCA 1820

BRASS COAT BUTTON, CIRCA 1820

Button has a leaf design. Shank is present on reverse. Backmark reads, “BURNHAM - EXTRA“. Measures 32mm.  [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON… (173-584). Learn More »


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RARE PRESENTATION CIVIL WAR FLAG STAFF OF COMPANY A, 10TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

This presentation flag staff, measuring 62 ½” in length and 1 ½” in diameter, bears an attached silver plate upon which is inscribed, “Presented by Mrs. Artemas Bigelow / Gt Barrington Mass May 28 / 1861”. Though now tarnished with the… (766-813). Learn More »

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