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RELIC PORTION OF TONGUE & WREATH BUCKLE FROM GETTYSBURG

RELIC PORTION OF TONGUE & WREATH BUCKLE FROM GETTYSBURG

This is an excavated piece of a C.S. belt buckle. It is the belt-loop portion of the “tongue” half of a two-piece buckle. Solder marks show where the brass disk was attached. The brass is strong… (1061-06). Learn More »

$295.00
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DOUBLE ACTION STARR REVOLVER FOUND AFTER THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

DOUBLE ACTION STARR REVOLVER FOUND AFTER THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Item is in good relic condition. There is a light coat of surface rust over the entire piece but some original finish still shows through. Three screws are missing, the breakdown screw, hammer screw… (1061-02). Learn More »

ENGRAVED GETTYSBURG CANNON BALL BY WOODWARD

ENGRAVED GETTYSBURG CANNON BALL BY WOODWARD

This 12-pounder solid shot was engraved by Gettysburg resident Edward Woodward.  Mr. Woodward was a local gunsmith who, with the growth of tourism after the fighting at Gettysburg, opened a shop… (1054-205). Learn More »

BOX OF GETTYSBURG RELICS FROM OLD G.A.R. POST

BOX OF GETTYSBURG RELICS FROM OLD G.A.R. POST

Grouping of early pickup Gettysburg relics includes two paper cartridges with bullets inside and an artillery shell fragment (2" x 2 1/4"). Old paper label that was displayed with items in a G.A.R.… (1054-250). Learn More »

$595.00
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CONFEDERATE 3-INCH READ SHELL FOUND IN REYNOLD’S WOODS, GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CONFEDERATE 3-INCH READ SHELL FOUND IN REYNOLD’S WOODS, GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an original fired and unexploded C.S. 3-Inch Read Smooth Case-Shot Shell.  Lightly pitted, this shell measures approximately 8 ½ inches long and 2.8 inches in diameter and weighs 9.5… (1054-208). Learn More »

NAVAL SEXTANT EXCAVATED AT CITY POINT, VIRGINIA

NAVAL SEXTANT EXCAVATED AT CITY POINT, VIRGINIA

City Point was a crucial port and supply hub for the Army of the Potomac once it reached Petersburg. Situated at the confluence of the James and Appomattox Rivers, what had been a quiet, small town… (1000-534). Learn More »

EARLY 19TH CENTURY HORSE BIT

EARLY 19TH CENTURY HORSE BIT

Shows some rust but generally in fine condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM. FOR… (M19080). Learn More »

$95.00
Originally $137.50

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET -- POT HOOK

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET -- POT HOOK

This is an excavated example of a Confederate-made musket socket bayonet.  Measuring 14 ½” overall with a 2 5/8” socket.  This was made for an early .69 caliber musket with a bayonet lug… (1000-1389). Learn More »

3” SCHENKL CASE SHOT SHELL FROM THE CULP FARM, GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

3” SCHENKL CASE SHOT SHELL FROM THE CULP FARM, GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a 3” Schenkl case shot shell recovered from the Gettysburg battlefield. Specifically, from the Culp Farm.  The iron body of the shell is complete.  Fuse and case shot balls are gone.  In… (224-416). Learn More »

12LB CANISTER BALL FROM THE OLD LONGSTREET HEADQUARTERS - GETTYSBURG

12LB CANISTER BALL FROM THE OLD LONGSTREET HEADQUARTERS - GETTYSBURG

Items are in uncleaned relic condition with pitted iron surfaces. Longstreet’s Headquarters was a small building that stood south of the intersection of West Confederate Ave. and Millerstown Road.… (224-360). Learn More »

RELIC BARREL FOR PLYMOUTH RIFLE RECOVERED IN THE WILDERNESS

RELIC BARREL FOR PLYMOUTH RIFLE RECOVERED IN THE WILDERNESS

Almost complete barrel for a Whitney Plymouth rifle. Bolster with nipple, front and rear sights and bayonet lug on the right side of the muzzle are present. Only the breech plug is missing. Item is… (1000-2587). Learn More »


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VERY RARE US MODEL 1840 AMES CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD WITH QUILLBACK SOLINGEN BLADE

Very rare Ames with gold washed, quillback, Damascus blade from Solingen. Manufactured: Springfield, MA / Solingen Maker: N.P.Ames Year: C1840s Model: M1840 Size: 33 5/8 inch blade length, 1.18 wide Condition: Excellent+ This is obviously a product… (870-238). Learn More »

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