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DUG CIVIL WAR ID DISK FOR 12TH PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES (41st PENNSYLVANIA) SOLDIER

DUG CIVIL WAR ID DISK FOR 12TH PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES (41st PENNSYLVANIA) SOLDIER

Front of the tag has a bust of General McClellan surrounded by “MAJOR GENERAL GEO. B. MCCLELLAN / WAR OF 1861.” Face is dark with gilt remaining in the low areas. Reverse is stamped “DANIEL… (1000-1836). Learn More »

RELIC MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD DATED 1863 RECOVERED IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA

RELIC MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD DATED 1863 RECOVERED IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA

This relic is the forward section of a Model 1861 Springfield musket. The weapon was damaged either in battle or on purpose to make it unserviceable. The barrel is bent but complete with both sights,… (1000-884). Learn More »

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

This is a nice, complete Richmond style Confederate spur.  It is excavated, heavy cast brass and retains a good green patina.  Has squared-off neck with original iron rowel and iron strap buckle. … (1000-1517). Learn More »

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

This is a nice, complete Confederate spur. Similar in style to federal spurs. It is excavated, cast brass and retains a good green patina.  Has squared-off neck with original iron rowel.  No bends… (1000-1514). Learn More »

RELIC MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER

RELIC MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER

This is a Civil War saber referred to as the “light cavalry” saber by the US Ordnance Department. Measuring about 41” overall, the rusty blade is about 35” long with a width of just over 1”.… (1000-886). Learn More »

1938 GAR GETTYSBURG REUNION CANE

1938 GAR GETTYSBURG REUNION CANE

Cane is made of bamboo and meas. approx. 36.50 inches long with a gnarled head. Cane is missing the tip at bottom and has two separations. One starts at the bottom and runs up the side 11.25 inches.… (M25911). Learn More »

GUTTER-BACK CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE

GUTTER-BACK CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE

Small sized frame buckle measuring 60mm wide x 66mm tall. Smooth face with even brown patina. A shallow channel cast in the back gives this plate its name. Plate is in very nice condition. Unknown… (1000-1312). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE “BEVELED EDGE” FRAME BUCKLE

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE “BEVELED EDGE” FRAME BUCKLE

Small Confederate frame buckle measuring 55mm wide x 63mm tall.  Dug belt buckle with even tan patina. Excellent condition with nice original “body curve”. Recovered from central Virginia. … (1000-1320). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE SPUR

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE SPUR

A nice example of a Confederate cavalry spur in good “dug” condition.  Brass spur with only minimal remains of iron rowel.  No damage or bends to the spur.  Nice brown patina with surface dirt… (1000-1521). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE SPUR

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE SPUR

A nice example of a Confederate cavalry spur in excellent “dug” condition.  Brass spur with no rowel remaining.  No damage or bends to the spur.  Nice green patina.  Open, round strap loops at… (1000-1509). Learn More »

GREAT CONFEDERATE SIDE KNIFE

GREAT CONFEDERATE SIDE KNIFE

Here is the stereotypical Confederate side knife as seen in so many southern tintype images.  This one is in relic condition; possibly dug, possibly found in a barn.  The iron is rusted but most of… (1000-750). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE .69 SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO POT/BODY HOOK

CONFEDERATE .69 SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO POT/BODY HOOK

Bayonet has a blade section that is made of one solid piece of triangular shaped iron. All three surfaces of the blade are smooth and minus any fullers. Blade section has a broken tip and has been… (1000-742). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE BRASS CAVALRY SPUR RECOVERED ON THE RETREAT ROUTE FROM GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE BRASS CAVALRY SPUR RECOVERED ON THE RETREAT ROUTE FROM GETTYSBURG

A small thin brass spur recovered on the Northern Confederate retreat route from Gettysburg. Found on the South Mountain Farm between McKnightstown and Cashtown near Flohrs Church. This area was… (286-442). Learn More »

RELIC RICHMOND CARBINE TOOL

RELIC RICHMOND CARBINE TOOL

This is a scarce Confederate carbine tool.  In excavated condition, this hand forged iron tool was manufactured at Richmond.  For carbines, this is a smaller version of the Richmond musket tool, and… (1000-1204). Learn More »

RELIC RICHMOND MUSKET TOOL

RELIC RICHMOND MUSKET TOOL

Excavated Confederate musket tool.  Hand forged iron tool manufactured at Richmond.  Constructed of one 3 ½” long arm with a box-end wrench on the end.  A second piece, 3” long with a screw… (1000-1201). Learn More »

GUTTA PERCHA INKWELL

GUTTA PERCHA INKWELL

Inkwell has lid that screws on base. Lid has beaded edge. Base has names of battles hand engraved on the side, “PORT HUDSON, HATCHES RUN”, and on the underside, “PETERSBURG, VA”. Measures 1… (R22874). Learn More »

EXCAVATED MODEL 1855 SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO POT HOOK

EXCAVATED MODEL 1855 SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO POT HOOK

This is a M-1855 socket bayonet in very good, “dug” condition.  Bayonet has been cleaned and coated and the iron is in very stable condition.  The tip has been broken off and the next 2 ½”… (1000-1380). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET

This is an excavated example of a Confederate-made musket socket bayonet, probably for a M-1816 musket.  Measuring 20” overall with a 2 5/8” socket.  This was made for an early .69 caliber… (1000-1385). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET FROM DREWRY’S BLUFF

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET FROM DREWRY’S BLUFF

This is an excavated example of a Confederate-made musket socket bayonet.  Measuring 21” overall with a 2 5/8” socket.  This was made for an early .69 caliber musket with a bayonet lug mounted… (1000-1372). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO POT HOOK

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO POT HOOK

This is an excavated example of a Confederate-made musket socket bayonet.  Measuring approximately 21” overall with a 2 ¾” socket.  This was made for an early .69 caliber musket with a bayonet… (1000-1374). Learn More »


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THEFT FROM GRAVESITE OF GEN. JOHN REYNOLDS

A large artillery shell, one of pair that sit on either side of the grave of Gen. John F. Reynolds in Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster, PA has been removed from the site. If anyone comes into contact with the shell or has any information regarding its… . Learn More »

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