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US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON OAK RIDGE

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON OAK RIDGE

Shank present. Backmark “Waterbury Button Co.” Nice olive/brown patina. This item was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron Miller was born and raised in Gettysburg; he was a 1953… (286-686). Learn More »

$65.00
ON HOLD

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON SEMINARY RIDGE

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON SEMINARY RIDGE

Shank present. Backmark not readable. Nice dark chocolate patina. This item was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron Miller was born and raised in Gettysburg; he was a 1953 graduate of… (286-685). Learn More »

$65.00
ON HOLD

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED IN FIELD BETWEEN REYNOLDS’ WOODS AND MCPHERSON FARM

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED IN FIELD BETWEEN REYNOLDS’ WOODS AND MCPHERSON FARM

Shank present. Backmark not readable. Nice brown patina. This item was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron Miller was born and raised in Gettysburg; he was a 1953 graduate of Gettysburg… (286-684). Learn More »

$65.00
ON HOLD

FRAGMENT OF BRITISH 3.5” BRITTEN SEGMENTED SHELL

FRAGMENT OF BRITISH 3.5” BRITTEN SEGMENTED SHELL

Britten patented this projectile's segmented interior on March 8, 1861, British patent #585. The interior had nine long wedges of iron cast is such a way to have each break into six pieces. Upon… (490-2328). Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT OAK RIDGE, GETTYSBURG

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT OAK RIDGE, GETTYSBURG

Shank is present. Backmark not readable. Light olive patina. This relic was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron was born and raised in Gettysburg; he was a 1953 graduate of Gettysburg High… (286-666). Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

US INFANTRY ‘I’ OFFICER’S CUFF BUTTON RECOVERED AT THE SHERFY FARM, GETTYSBURG

US INFANTRY ‘I’ OFFICER’S CUFF BUTTON RECOVERED AT THE SHERFY FARM, GETTYSBURG

Shank missing. Button retains most of the gilt finish. Backmark “Extra Quality.” This relic was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron was born and raised in Gettysburg; he was a 1953… (286-646). Learn More »

$85.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE COPPER TIME FUSE ADAPTER

CONFEDERATE COPPER TIME FUSE ADAPTER

This is the long pattern fuse adapter for use in rifled artillery shells. The longer fuse allowed for longer burn times to cover the distances the rifled cannons could shoot. These replaced older wood… (766-1285). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE COPPER TIME FUSE ADAPTER

CONFEDERATE COPPER TIME FUSE ADAPTER

This is the long pattern fuse adapter for use in rifled artillery shells. The longer fuse allowed for longer burn times to cover the distances the rifled cannons could shoot. These replaced older wood… (766-1284). Learn More »

3” SCHENKL CASE SHOT SHELL -- GETTYSBURG

3” SCHENKL CASE SHOT SHELL -- GETTYSBURG

This is an excavated 3” Schenkl case shot shell. Iron surface has some pitting typical of any “dug” relic.  Retains complete combination fuse which has a small dent on top and light pitting but… (1054-1606). Learn More »

$495.00
ON HOLD

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL

This is an excavated specimen and was for the 3” Parrott and Ordnance rifles. This shell was fired and retains its lead sabot and base cup. Wood fuse adapter is gone.  The iron is pitted, typical… (696-77). Learn More »

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL WITH LEAD SABOT AND BRASS FUSE

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL WITH LEAD SABOT AND BRASS FUSE

Benjamin and Andrew Hotchkiss, Northern Ordnance Contractors housed in New York City, designed and patented the Hotchkiss shell in 1855.  The projectile would go on to become the most common shell… (635-441). Learn More »

$550.00
ON HOLD

RELIC BREECH SECTION OF MUSKET RECOVERED ON MARYLAND HEIGHTS

RELIC BREECH SECTION OF MUSKET RECOVERED ON MARYLAND HEIGHTS

This is a 9” breech portion of an Enfield rifle barrel that was cut off. The breech tang is broken at the screw hole and there is no cone. The typical English long-range sight remains. Iron is… (236-105). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “WISH BONE” STYLE FRAME BUCKLE

CONFEDERATE “WISH BONE” STYLE FRAME BUCKLE

Beautiful Confederate relic. Frame measures 97mm wide x 65mm tall. Complete with two-tine “wish bone” hook which moves freely. No breaks or cracks, a very nice belt plate. A great mix of green and… (2020-640). Learn More »

$525.00
ON HOLD

US INFANTRY OFFICER’S JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT OAK RIDGE, GETTYSBURG

US INFANTRY OFFICER’S JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT OAK RIDGE, GETTYSBURG

Missing shank. Recovered at Oak Ridge. Backmark plain brass back. Nice dark olive patina. This relic was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron was born and raised in Gettysburg; he was a 1953… (286-663). Learn More »

$75.00
ON HOLD

US INFANTRY OFFICER’S ‘I’ CUFF BUTTON RECOVERED AT THE HISTORIC ROSE FARM

US INFANTRY OFFICER’S ‘I’ CUFF BUTTON RECOVERED AT THE HISTORIC ROSE FARM

Complete with shank, traces of gilt finish around Eagle. Backmark visible but not readable. Dark olive patina. This relic was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron was born and raised in… (286-641). Learn More »

$85.00
ON HOLD

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT DEVIL’S DEN

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT DEVIL’S DEN

Complete with shank, backmark “Scovill Manufacturing Co. Waterbury.” Nice light brown patina. This relic was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron was born and raised in Gettysburg; he… (286-636). Learn More »

$65.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE COPPER TIME FUSE ADAPTER

CONFEDERATE COPPER TIME FUSE ADAPTER

This is the short pattern fuse adapter for use in spherical artillery shells. These replaced the Bormann time fuses, which had a high rate of failure, in the Spring of 1863 and continued to be used to… (766-1292). Learn More »

$55.00
ON HOLD

US MODEL 1855 BAYONET SCABBARD TIP RECOVERED AT EXCELSIOR FIELD, GETTYSBURG

US MODEL 1855 BAYONET SCABBARD TIP RECOVERED AT EXCELSIOR FIELD, GETTYSBURG

This brass scabbard tip is the most common style found on the Model 1855 .58 caliber-bayonet. Body of tip appears to have been “run” over by a wagon wheel, almost completely flat, except for… (286-719). Learn More »

$20.00
ON HOLD

DROPPED US .52 CALIBER SHARPS BULLET RECOVERED AT EAST CAVALRY FIELD, GETTYSBURG

DROPPED US .52 CALIBER SHARPS BULLET RECOVERED AT EAST CAVALRY FIELD, GETTYSBURG

Used in the Sharps Rifle and Carbine. This relic was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron was born and raised in Gettysburg; he was a 1953 graduate of Gettysburg High School, and a 1957… (286-718). Learn More »

DROPPED US .52 CALIBER SHARPS BULLET RECOVERED AT EAST CAVALRY FIELD, GETTYSBURG

DROPPED US .52 CALIBER SHARPS BULLET RECOVERED AT EAST CAVALRY FIELD, GETTYSBURG

Used in the Sharps Rifle and Carbine. This relic was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron was born and raised in Gettysburg; he was a 1953 graduate of Gettysburg High School, and a 1957… (286-717). Learn More »


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SELMA ARSENAL WRAPPER AND ENFIELD CARTRIDGES

Included in a wood display case is a cartridge wrapper from Selma Arsenal dated July 1864, seven complete cartridges, and a pack of percussion caps.  The cartridges and caps came out of this wrapper.  An excavated Enfield bullet is also included,… (1000-743). Learn More »

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