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RELIC .44 CALIBER REMINGTON REVOLVER, PARTIALLY CAPPED & LOADED

RELIC .44 CALIBER REMINGTON REVOLVER, PARTIALLY CAPPED & LOADED

This is a wonderful example of a “relic” Civil War revolver. Iron surface is pitted as expected, but the revolver is very near complete; only the loading lever catch is missing; which allows the… (831-21). Learn More »

BRITISH PATTERN 1853 .577 CALIBER SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO A POT/BODY HOOK - RECOVERED IN GETTYSBURG

BRITISH PATTERN 1853 .577 CALIBER SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO A POT/BODY HOOK - RECOVERED IN GETTYSBURG

Import bayonet used by US/CS forces in the Civil War, a modified socket bayonet that was made into a pot hook or body hook. Full length triangular blade with approx. 2 inches of blade turned upward… (1054-1453). Learn More »

$395.00
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US/CS JACKET/SHIRT BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US/CS JACKET/SHIRT BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Geometric design on face of button; recovered at the Klingel Farm along the Emmitsburg Road. Button retains most of the original gilt finish on face. Complete with shank. Backmark: “ . * EXTRA… (286-772). Learn More »

$30.00
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RELIC PATTERN 1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE WITH REMOVED LEAD

RELIC PATTERN 1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE WITH REMOVED LEAD

Plate has a mixed green & black patina. The green patina usually means that this plate came from a fertilized field. Fertilized fields are plowed and this plate shows the effects of a plow strike… (998-803). Learn More »

RELIC PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED FROM THE WILDERNESS

RELIC PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED FROM THE WILDERNESS

Plate has a nice even dark patina with a hint of green to it. Face is smooth and free of dings and dents. Reverse has 100% lead fill but no hooks remain. Lead is marked with recovery information and a… (1000-1228). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE LOUISIANA JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE LOUISIANA JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

State seal pelican feeding her young on a lined field. Button almost completely flattened, sans shank. Backmark not readable. Recovered by local resident and relic hunter Ron Miller. He was the… (286-773). Learn More »

$225.00
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U.S. PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

U.S. PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

This adapter is a longer pattern brass fuse adapter which appeared later in the war. This adapter has a raised “W” on the top of the flange, which is believed to represent Parrott’s foundry at… (766-1246). Learn More »

U.S. PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

U.S. PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

This Parrott time fuse adapter is made of zinc, twelve threads to the inch with two spanner holes. This adapter has a more rounded flange head. This piece has seen late war use. The recovery location… (766-1248). Learn More »

US PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

US PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

All Parrott time fuse adapters were manufactured of zinc, and twelve threads to the inch. Two spanner holes. This fuse adapter was used in all Parrott projectiles from 3 inch to the largest Naval… (766-1223). Learn More »

US MODEL 1855 COMBINATION GUN TOOL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US MODEL 1855 COMBINATION GUN TOOL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US gun tool recovered Confederate retreat route where the railroad tracks cross Route 30 West at Seven Stars known as the Northern Retreat Route.  [ws] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM,… (R22998K). Learn More »

$18.00
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BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD TOMPION RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD TOMPION RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Remains of a British Tompion recovered from the Ralph Simpson Farm, during the Civil War known as the Daniel Lady Farm, on Route 116 East near Benner’s Hill. … (R22998W). Learn More »

$12.00
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US SECOND MODEL .50 CALIBER MAYNARD CARTRIDGE RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA

US SECOND MODEL .50 CALIBER MAYNARD CARTRIDGE RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA

A complete Maynard cartridge, .50 caliber bullet has a nice white patina. Casing with dark olive patina, has split along casing. “MAYNARD” written on casing. Recovered at Fredericksburg, VA. … (R22998T). Learn More »

CARVED .69 CALIBER ROUND BALL

CARVED .69 CALIBER ROUND BALL

This is an interesting “dug” relic. A bored soldier carved this round ball. Maybe a sinker or maybe a game piece. Retains a smooth, white patina. An example of Civil War soldier bullet carving. … (286-751). Learn More »

DUG PATTERN 1839 OVAL CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

DUG PATTERN 1839 OVAL CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

Face has a “salt & pepper” patina with a good strong “US” stamping. Face is free from any major dings or dents but does have scattered oxidation from ground action. Reverse has 99% of the… (1000-1216). Learn More »

DUG PATTERN 1839 OVAL CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

DUG PATTERN 1839 OVAL CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

Face has a nice even dark patina with a good strong “US” stamping. Face is free from any major dings or dents but does have scattered light brown spotting from ground action. Reverse has 99% of… (1000-1211). 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 »

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 »

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
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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
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GREAT CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX AND SLING FROM GETTYSBURG, PICKED UP BY G.W. MOWERS OF FAYETTEVILLE, PA.

This classic Confederate cartridge box just came out of the family of George W. Mowers of Fayetteville, PA. Mowers lived near Gettysburg his entire life. Not only was his farm and wagon-shop near the battlefield, they were located precisely where… (M26509). Learn More »

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