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GETTYSBURG RELICS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

GETTYSBURG RELICS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

These items come displayed in a black riker box with a copy of the original paper label that marked the container the relics were originally in. The label reads “FOUND BY ELWOOD CULLISON VALLEY OF… (173-1670). Learn More »

$400.00
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GETTYSBURG RELICS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

GETTYSBURG RELICS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

These items come displayed in a black riker box with a copy of the original paper label that marked the container the relics were originally in. The label reads “FOUND BY ELWOOD CULLISON VALLEY OF… (173-1668). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG RELICS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

GETTYSBURG RELICS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

These items come displayed in a black riker box with a copy of the original paper label that marked the container the relics were originally in. The label reads “FOUND BY ELWOOD CULLISON VALLEY OF… (173-1669). Learn More »

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR IDENTIFICATION PIN

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR IDENTIFICATION PIN

Shield design similar to ID pins from the American Civil War. Meas. 1 3/8” x 1”.  “E. J. LANGFORD / MAY 13, 98” on sides, and “Co. K / 1st GA. VOL. INF. / SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR” in center.… (M23794). Learn More »

POTTERY FRAGMENTS - GETTYSBURG

POTTERY FRAGMENTS - GETTYSBURG

Recovered on the Michael Frey Farm on the Taneytown Rd. Small fragment (3/4") of a dish or cup, and a clay fragment (approx 2 1/2" x 1 1/2"). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH… (R14210). Learn More »

CARVED LEAD KNAPSACK STUD FROM “VALLEY OF DEATH”, GETTYSBURG

CARVED LEAD KNAPSACK STUD FROM “VALLEY OF DEATH”, GETTYSBURG

This piece looks like the standard brass knapsack stud but it has been carved out of lead. A really interesting little piece. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg… (173-1558). Learn More »

$29.50
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DROPPED .44 CONICAL COLT PISTOL BULLET FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .44 CONICAL COLT PISTOL BULLET FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Nice dropped condition .44 Colt conical pistol bullet. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family… (173-1557). Learn More »

$8.00
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DROPPED .44 CONICAL COLT PISTOL BULLET FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .44 CONICAL COLT PISTOL BULLET FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Nice dropped condition .44 Colt conical pistol bullet. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family… (173-1556). Learn More »

DROPPED .32 CONICAL PISTOL BULLET FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .32 CONICAL PISTOL BULLET FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Nice dropped condition .32 conical pistol bullet. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family Collection… (173-1555). Learn More »

DROPPED .44 CONICAL PISTOL BULLET FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .44 CONICAL PISTOL BULLET FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Nice dropped condition .44 conical pistol bullet. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family Collection… (173-1554). Learn More »

$8.00
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DROPPED .44 ROUND PISTOL BALL FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .44 ROUND PISTOL BALL FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Nice dropped condition .44 pistol ball. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family Collection of… (173-1553). Learn More »

$8.00
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DROPPED .44 ROUND PISTOL BALL FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .44 ROUND PISTOL BALL FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Nice dropped condition .44 pistol ball. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family Collection of… (173-1552). Learn More »

$8.00
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DROPPED COLT .44 CONICAL PISTOL BALL FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED COLT .44 CONICAL PISTOL BALL FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Nice dropped condition Colt .44 conical bullet. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family Collection… (173-1551). Learn More »

DROPPED COLT .44 CONICAL PISTOL BALL FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED COLT .44 CONICAL PISTOL BALL FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Nice dropped condition Colt .44 conical bullet. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family Collection… (173-1550). Learn More »

US/CS .69 BUCK & BALL ROUND FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

US/CS .69 BUCK & BALL ROUND FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Round consists of one .69 ball and three small buckshot. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family… (173-1549). Learn More »

$25.00
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US/CS .69 BUCK & BALL ROUND FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

US/CS .69 BUCK & BALL ROUND FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Round consists of one .69 ball and three small buckshot. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family… (173-1548). Learn More »

DROPPED .54 US MINIE BALLS FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .54 US MINIE BALLS FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Nice dropped condition US .54 minie balls. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family Collection of… (173-1547). Learn More »

DROPPED .58 CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLETS FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .58 CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLETS FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG

Confederate Gardner bullets in nice dropped condition. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family… (173-1546). Learn More »

US .58 MINIE BALL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US .58 MINIE BALL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Dropped .58 minie ball with a five-pointed star in the base. This item was recovered in the “Valley of Death” by late Gettysburg resident Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family… (173-1544). Learn More »

$20.00
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CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Relic tin drum canteen that is almost complete. All panels are present as is the spout and two of the three sling keepers. One side has a gentle shallow dent while the other side has one that is more… (R20475). Learn More »

RARE DOUBLE SPOUT, DOUBLE COMPARTMENT CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN DUG AT FREDERICKSBURG, VA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

RARE DOUBLE SPOUT, DOUBLE COMPARTMENT CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN DUG AT FREDERICKSBURG, VA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

All three sling keepers remain as well as one of the two spouts. The body is rusted throughout but not heavily. At some point in its life this canteen was opened and a bayonet used to perforate the… (R20473). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE FILTER CANTEEN RECOVERED FROM BATTERY DANTZLER, BERMUDA HUNDRED - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

CONFEDERATE FILTER CANTEEN RECOVERED FROM BATTERY DANTZLER, BERMUDA HUNDRED - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Canteen has all four sling-keepers but is missing spout. The body is rusted throughout but is still solid. It appears to have been hit on one side by a pistol ball which traveled upward and struck the… (R20472). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE FILTER CANTEEN DUG AT A UNION WINTER CAMP IN STAFFORD COUNTY, VA BY WENDELL LANG, JR.

CONFEDERATE FILTER CANTEEN DUG AT A UNION WINTER CAMP IN STAFFORD COUNTY, VA BY WENDELL LANG, JR.

This kidney shaped canteen stands approx. 7.00 inches high x 5.50 inches long x 2.00 inches wide at its widest part. The canteen originally had two spouts on the top, one at either end. Now only one… (R20474). Learn More »

SECTION OF A POWDER FLASK RECOVERED IN CAROLINE COUNTY, VA

SECTION OF A POWDER FLASK RECOVERED IN CAROLINE COUNTY, VA

This 3 ¾” x 3” section of the body of a powder flask was dug at a winter camp site in Caroline County, VA in September, 1975. Heavy verdigris along 2 edges. Accompanied by digger’s typewritten… (R19822). Learn More »

US 3” HOTCHKISS SABOT FROM GETTYSBURG GAR POST

US 3” HOTCHKISS SABOT FROM GETTYSBURG GAR POST

This 3 ¼” x 1 ½” section of a sabot from a US 3” Hotchkiss shell came out of the collection of the Corporal Johnston H. Skelly GAR Post No.9 in Gettysburg. Piece has been cleaned. Location of… (678-335). Learn More »

AUSTRIAN CLEANING JAG RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

AUSTRIAN CLEANING JAG RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This heavily rusted piece was found in the area of Culp’s Hill. Painted on one side is “CULP HILL”. Measures 2 5/8” in length. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (678-117). Learn More »

US 3” SCHENKL SHELL FRAGMENT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US 3” SCHENKL SHELL FRAGMENT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This rusted fragment measures approx. 4” in length, and 1 ¾ in width at its widest point. Location of recovery unknown. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (678-326). Learn More »

$29.50
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US 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL FRAGMENT FOUND IN EVERGREEN CEMETERY, GETTYSBURG

US 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL FRAGMENT FOUND IN EVERGREEN CEMETERY, GETTYSBURG

This rusted fragment measures approx. 3” in diameter. It was recovered in Evergreen Cemetery in Gettysburg, which is adjacent to Soldier’s National Cemetery. Found by cemetery caretaker Howard… (678-166). Learn More »

$97.50
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DISPLAY CASE OF RELICS RECOVERED NEAR FORT HARRISON AT RICHMOND, VA. BY WENDELL LANG, JR.

DISPLAY CASE OF RELICS RECOVERED NEAR FORT HARRISON AT RICHMOND, VA. BY WENDELL LANG, JR.

This relic grouping consists of a total of 16 items recovered by legendary Civil War relic hunter and historian Wendell Lang, Jr. Items are from a temporary gravesite on Turkey Run Island in the James… (348-62). Learn More »

US 3” HOTCHKISS LEAD SABOT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US 3” HOTCHKISS LEAD SABOT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This misshapen sabot was found in The Wheatfield along the stone wall on its eastern edge by the late John Cullison, a local Gettysburg resident. In its current state, it measures approx. 6” in… (678-125). Learn More »

$145.00
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.44 CAL. TIE-BASE SHARPS BULLET RECOVERED IN MISSOURI

.44 CAL. TIE-BASE SHARPS BULLET RECOVERED IN MISSOURI

Dug at Rolla, MO, near the location of the Battle of Wilson’s Creek. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR… (R20373). Learn More »

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

Dug remains of a breast plate found in September 1974, which bears the scars of its age; portion missing at upper left edge, reverse has no hooks.  With the item is digger's typewritten tag that… (R19831). Learn More »

$65.00
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CS CAVALRY SPUR RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

CS CAVALRY SPUR RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This nice condition spur measures 4 ½” in overall length and 2 ¾” in width.  Nice, even dark chocolate patina. One arm is slightly twisted. Rowel is frozen in place, with most of its teeth… (678-118). Learn More »

CS 3 INCH TENNESSEE/MULLANE SHELL SABOT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

CS 3 INCH TENNESSEE/MULLANE SHELL SABOT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This shell fragment was found along the Taneytown Road. Fired during Pickett's Charge on July 3rd, it was part of one of the "overshoots" that fell far behind the Union lines. The sabot system… (678-196). Learn More »

NOSE SECTION OF US 3 INCH HOTCHKISS CASE-SHOT SHELL FRAGMENT – LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

NOSE SECTION OF US 3 INCH HOTCHKISS CASE-SHOT SHELL FRAGMENT – LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

Rusted nose cap section with zinc fuse adapter. Location of recovery unknown. Ex-Lee’s Headquarters Museum collection, one of the oldest private collections of relics and antiques in the Gettysburg… (678-144). Learn More »

LEAD BAND RECOVERED FROM THE TROSTLE FARM, GETTYSBURG

LEAD BAND RECOVERED FROM THE TROSTLE FARM, GETTYSBURG

Twisted piece of lead which appears to be a sabot from an artillery shell; in its current state it measures 6” length. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (678-320). Learn More »

US .58 MINIE BALL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US .58 MINIE BALL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This misshapen .58 Minie Ball was recovered on Wolf’s Hill. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY… (R19139). Learn More »

FLATTENED US .58 MINIE BALL MADE INTO A POKER CHIP FROM GETTYSBURG

FLATTENED US .58 MINIE BALL MADE INTO A POKER CHIP FROM GETTYSBURG

This .58 Minie Ball was recovered on Wolf’s Hill. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM. … (R19143). Learn More »

WOOD FROM THE GALLOWS THAT HUNG THE LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS

WOOD FROM THE GALLOWS THAT HUNG THE LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS

The Execution of the Conspirators. On July 7, 1865 Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herland and George Atzerodt were hanged from a wooden scaffold in the yard of the Old Arsenal Penitentiary in… (M21859). Learn More »

UNFIRED, EXCAVATED CS 3.25” “LONG SABOT” BOURRELETED READ BOLT

UNFIRED, EXCAVATED CS 3.25” “LONG SABOT” BOURRELETED READ BOLT

Here is an unfired Civil War Confederate 3.25” field artillery projectile commonly referred to as a Read Bolt. The cylindrical shaped piece measures just under 7” high and has a base diameter of… (727-292). Learn More »

STRUCK US .58 CAL. RIFLE BARREL RECOVERED FROM BLACKFORD'S FORD, ANTIETAM, MD, OCTOBER 1959

STRUCK US .58 CAL. RIFLE BARREL RECOVERED FROM BLACKFORD'S FORD, ANTIETAM, MD, OCTOBER 1959

This item was part of a private collection, the contents of which were excavated in the 1950's - 1960's. They were later donated to the Wentworth Military Academy, and recently de-acquistioned by same… (R16026). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $225.00

CS 4.52” 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL CASE SHOT IRON SIDE-LOADING SHELL WITH THE RARE COPPER BORMANN REPLACEMENT FUSE PLUG

CS 4.52” 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL CASE SHOT IRON SIDE-LOADING SHELL WITH THE RARE COPPER BORMANN REPLACEMENT FUSE PLUG

This smoothbore projectile has the Bormann replacement fuse plug.  When Southern arsenals discontinued the manufacture of this type of fuse by 1863, it was replaced with this oversized copper fuse… (R10762). Learn More »

$975.00
Originally $1,250.00

COLONIAL PEWTER COAT BUTTON

COLONIAL PEWTER COAT BUTTON

An excavated example of a 18th century pewter coat size (24mm) button with a plain face. This specimen is missing its shank and is without manufacturer's marks. The recovery site is from an unknown… (173-525). Learn More »

TREVILIAN STATION-EXCAVATED M1859 CAVALRY CURB BIT

TREVILIAN STATION-EXCAVATED M1859 CAVALRY CURB BIT

Here is an original US cavalry curb bit of the pattern 1859 excavated from the Trevilian Station, Virginia battlefield. Adopted by the U.S. Army in January 1859, the iron curb bit debuted at the same… (R20155). Learn More »

BAYONET ENTRENCHING TOOL FROM HARPER'S FERRY - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

BAYONET ENTRENCHING TOOL FROM HARPER'S FERRY - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

58 Caliber socket bayonet missing the locking ring. Bayonet was cut down and flattened out to use for digging. Dug by Bill Gavin in a Federal camp on Loudon Heights. This item is from the collection… (601-528). Learn More »

CS 3” ARTILLERY SHELL FRAGMENT WITH LEAD CASE SHOT BALLS ATTACHED, FOUND ON THE CODORI FARM, GETTYSBURG  - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CS 3” ARTILLERY SHELL FRAGMENT WITH LEAD CASE SHOT BALLS ATTACHED, FOUND ON THE CODORI FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is a nice fragment from C.S. section of 3" shell .It was found in relic condition in Gettysburg on the Codori Farm. Moderately pitted, it measures approximately 2 1/2 inches by 2 Inches.… (678-184). Learn More »

$225.00
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US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED AT MONOCACY

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED AT MONOCACY

The face has a dark patina with some light discoloration from ground action. It is a little heavier on the reverse. The plate has some waviness to it. The reverse has all of its lead fill; hooks are… (173-201). Learn More »

$165.00
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STRUCK SHOULDER SCALE RECOVERED AT HARPER’S FERRY

STRUCK SHOULDER SCALE RECOVERED AT HARPER’S FERRY

Clam shell portion of a shoulder scale shows severe damage; has digger/collector’s notation regarding the location of recovery in white paint – “H F”. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (173-193). Learn More »

$18.50
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EXCAVATED NEW YORK STATE SEAL BUTTON, NY30M

EXCAVATED NEW YORK STATE SEAL BUTTON, NY30M

Three piece button depicts state seal of New York, "Excelsior", eagle over shield with rising sun and stars and stripes, intended for New York units. Backmark: Extra Quality, with stars dividing. Some… (127-1684). Learn More »

EXCAVATED SILVER PLATED VIRGINIA BUTTON

EXCAVATED SILVER PLATED VIRGINIA BUTTON

High convex coat sized button, depicts Virginia state seal, Virtus slaying the tyrant with sword up, intended for Virginia troops. Backmark not legible. Small amount of silver showing through dark… (127-1681). Learn More »

EXCAVATED FEDERAL CAVALRY BUTTON, CV1

EXCAVATED FEDERAL CAVALRY BUTTON, CV1

Button depicts eagle facing right with "C" in the shield, generally for cavalry officers.  Two part convex button, coat size. Backmark partially legible, appears to read "HORSTMANN & ALLIEN /… (127-1596). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE INFANTRY SCRIPT ‘I’ BUTTON, CS177

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE INFANTRY SCRIPT ‘I’ BUTTON, CS177

Two part convex button, coat size. Button depicts script style "I", intended for Confederate infantry troops, manufactured in England and smuggled through the blockade.  Backmark: blank with no… (127-1597). Learn More »

EXCAVATED FEDERAL ENGINEER’S BUTTON, EG6

EXCAVATED FEDERAL ENGINEER’S BUTTON, EG6

Two part low convex coat button. Button depicts eagle with banner with motto, "Essayons", fortifications, and rising sun, intended for officers of the engineer corps.  Backmark no longer… (127-1604). Learn More »

BULLET IN WOOD FOUND ON CULP’S HILL FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

BULLET IN WOOD FOUND ON CULP’S HILL FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

This bullet in wood was recovered by John Cullison on Culp’s Hill near the site of the 82nd Pennsylvania monument and passed by him to the Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. The… (173-1629). Learn More »

$45.00
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EXCAVATED SOUTH CAROLINA BUTTON SC8

EXCAVATED SOUTH CAROLINA BUTTON SC8

Two part low convex button, coat size. Button depicts the seal of South Carolina, a palmetto tree over an oak log, symbolic of the Revolutionary War victory at Sullivans Island.  Backmark, though… (127-1602). Learn More »

DUG US CAVALRY CUFF BUTTON CV1AV

DUG US CAVALRY CUFF BUTTON CV1AV

Location of recovery unknown. 15mm. Face is bright with a some gilt remaining. Shank present, though slightly bent. Blank back. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (127-1591). Learn More »

BRASS CAMP TOOL RECOVERED AT CS WINTER CAMP AT FREDERICKSBURG, VA

BRASS CAMP TOOL RECOVERED AT CS BRASS CAMP TOOL RECOVERED AT CS WINTER CAMP AT FREDERICKSBURG, VA

Broken segment measuring 3 ½” x 2” with serrated edge on one side.  Possibly used as some type of digging implement, or even a cooking utensil. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (R20162). Learn More »

SECTION OF US/CS SNAFFLE “WATERING” BIT RECOVERED AT ATLANTA, GA

SECTION OF US/CS SNAFFLE “WATERING” BIT RECOVERED AT ATLANTA, GA

Presented here, in excavated condition, is a heavily rusted portion of a snaffle bit, missing one ring.  Measures 9” in width, ring is 2 ¼” in diameter. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (173-245). Learn More »

US/CS 6.25 INCH 32 POUND SPHERICAL SHELL

US/CS 6.25 INCH 32 POUND SPHERICAL SHELL

Fired from a 6.4 inch 32 pounder smoothbore gun. This projectile was recovered at Savannah, Georgia. Has remains of the wood fuse plug. Cleaned and varnished. A nice example. EXTRA SHIPPING… (785-18). Learn More »

SMALL GROUP OF GETTYSBURG ARTIFACTS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

SMALL GROUP OF GETTYSBURG ARTIFACTS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

This small group of relics comes housed in a riker box and ready for display. The box contains a copy of the original paper label that reads "FOUND OFF WEST CONFEDERATE AVE IN 1959". The relics… (173-1529). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE AND BULLETS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE AND BULLETS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

This riker box display contains a dropped Union three ring minie ball and a dropped Confederate Gardner bullet. Also in the box is a Pattern 1839 oval “US” plate meant for wear on the outer flap… (R19095). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE AND BULLETS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE AND BULLETS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

This riker box display contains a dropped Union three ring minie ball and a dropped Confederate Gardner bullet. Also in the box is a Pattern 1839 oval “US” plate meant for wear on the outer flap… (R19092). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE AND BULLETS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE AND BULLETS FROM THE ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

This riker box display contains a dropped Union three ring minie ball and a dropped Confederate Gardner bullet. Also in the box is a Pattern 1839 oval “US” plate meant for wear on the outer flap… (R19074). Learn More »

RELIC SPECIMEN OF A M1855 “FIRST MODEL” COLT SPORTING RIFLE FROM THE FIRE AT COLT’S FACTORY IN 1864

RELIC SPECIMEN OF A M1855 “FIRST MODEL” COLT SPORTING RIFLE FROM THE FIRE AT COLT’S FACTORY IN 1864

Presented are the remains of a rare, relic Model 1855 “First Model’ Colt Sporting Rifle as recovered from the Colt factory in Hartford, Connecticut after its great destructive fire there in 1864.… (696-37). Learn More »

US 4.52” 12 POUNDER BORMANN FUSED SPHERICAL CASE SHOT SHELL

US 4.52” 12 POUNDER BORMANN FUSED SPHERICAL CASE SHOT SHELL

Fired from a 4.62 inch 12 pounder smoothbore gun. This projectile is missing the Bormann fuse; brass underplug intact. Cleaned and painted bronze. Recovered at Savannah River, Georgia during… (785-10). Learn More »

CS 7 INCH BROUN BOLT

CS 7 INCH BROUN BOLT

Fired from a 7 inch Brooke Rifle. This rare bolt was recovered from Mobile Bay. One of only a few 7 inch Brown bolts to exist. Has a thin copper ring sabot, with only one upper bourrelet ring. Some… (727-280). Learn More »

IRON CASE-SHOT BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

IRON CASE-SHOT BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

Rusted condition iron case-shot ball. Items are from the Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. Selection is our choice. We will send the best one available. PLEASE DO NOT REQUEST A… (173-1267). Learn More »

FIRED .69 MINIE BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

FIRED .69 MINIE BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

Fired condition .69 minie ball. Although these bullets have been fired they are still easily recognizable. Items are from the Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. Selection is our… (173-1266). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE LEAD SIDE-LOADER PLUG FROM GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE LEAD SIDE-LOADER PLUG FROM GETTYSBURG

Lead side-loader plug from a 12lb spherical case shot shell. Item was part of the Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL… (173-1264). Learn More »

FIRED .58 MINIE BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

FIRED .58 MINIE BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

Fired condition .58 minie ball. Although these bullets have been fired they are still easily recognizable. Items are from the Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. Selection is our… (173-1261). Learn More »

DROPPED .58 MINIE BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .58 MINIE BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

Dropped condition .58 minie ball. Items are from the Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. Selection is our choice. We will send the best one available. PLEASE DO NOT REQUEST A… (173-1260). Learn More »

FIRED .58 GARDNER BULLET - GETTYSBURG

FIRED .58 GARDNER BULLET - GETTYSBURG

Fired condition .58 Confederate Gardner bullet. These are fired but still easily identifiable. Items are from the Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. Selection is our choice. We will… (173-1259). Learn More »

DROPPED .58 CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLET - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .58 CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLET - GETTYSBURG

Dropped condition .58 Confederate Gardner bullet. Item is from the Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. Selection is our choice. We will send the best one available. PLEASE DO NOT… (173-1258). Learn More »

DROPPED .58 MINIE BALL WITH SWAGE MARK IN BASE - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .58 MINIE BALL WITH SWAGE MARK IN BASE - GETTYSBURG

Dropped condition .58 minie ball with a star shaped swage mark in the base. Items are from the Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. Selection is our choice. We will send the best one… (173-1257). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG US 3” COMBO-FUSED SCHENKL CASE-SHOT

GETTYSBURG US 3” COMBO-FUSED SCHENKL CASE-SHOT

This Civil War Federal artillery round is an original 3” Combination-Percussion and Time fused Schenkl case-shot shell in excellent condition. Round was recovered from an undisclosed location at the… (M23705). Learn More »

COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY BARREL AND LOADING LEVER

COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY BARREL AND LOADING LEVER

This item is the whole front portion of a Model 1860 Colt Army. It still has a good bit of rust encrusted on it but the loading lever will move slightly. The wedge pin is also still present. No serial… (782-05). Learn More »

ANDERSONVILLE CANE

ANDERSONVILLE CANE

Dated 1884. From the National Cemetery at Andersonville, GA, this cane measures 38” in length, and .75” in diameter at the base of its handle. Original printed handle inscription: “This Cane… (M23751). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR PICKET PIN FOUND AT GETTYSBURG

CIVIL WAR PICKET PIN FOUND AT GETTYSBURG

This Gettysburg artifact from the Civil War is a relic condition Federal cavalry picket pin recovered north of the Culp Farm sometime after the battle. The iron pin still retains its tie ring / swivel… (R20406). Learn More »

$495.00
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C.S. 2.25” LONG BOLT ‘BABY’ MULLANE COMMON SHELL RECOVERED FROM THE AUGUSTA, GEORGIA ARSENAL

C.S. 2.25” LONG BOLT ‘BABY’ MULLANE COMMON SHELL RECOVERED FROM THE AUGUSTA, GEORGIA ARSENAL

Here is a fired, Confederate 2.25” Long Bolt “Baby” Mullane shell, often called the Baby Mullane. The Baby Mullane common shell was recovered from the area of the Confederate Arsenal located at… (727-80). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3.67” 6 LB SECTIONED CASE SHOT SPHERICAL SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3.67” 6 LB SECTIONED CASE SHOT SPHERICAL SHELL

This artillery specimen is a Confederate, 6-pound, 3.67” spherical case shot that has been fired and a section blown out to reveal its matrix compound and a complement of iron case-shot balls within… (M23706). Learn More »

LOT OF CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLETS RECOVERED ON WOLF’S HILL

LOT OF CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLETS RECOVERED ON WOLF’S HILL

These eighteen bullets were dug on Wolf’s Hill by the late Gettysburg resident Dr. Norman Plank in the 1970’s. We have three that were fired and fifteen that were dropped. PLEASE DO NOT REQUEST A… (R20419). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG BULLET IN WOOD

GETTYSBURG BULLET IN WOOD

Rifle-musket Minie ball in wood fragment recovered from Culp’s Hill near the position of 2nd Maryland CS Infantry, July 2, 1863.  Measures 8.5 x 2 x 2”. Fine Gettysburg mantel piece item. … (R20416). Learn More »

$225.00
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BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM WEST CONFEDERATE AVE. AREA, GETTYSBURG

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM WEST CONFEDERATE AVE. AREA, GETTYSBURG

This box contains relics that were found in the area of West Confederate Ave in 1959. They were recovered by the late Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family Collection of… (173-1527). Learn More »

$115.00
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CONFEDERATE 3” SMOOTH LONG READ COMMON SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3” SMOOTH LONG READ COMMON SHELL

This artillery artifact is a Confederate three-inch Read-pattern projectile often referred to as a Smooth Long Read Common Shell. The dug specimen is in very good complete condition. The ten-pound… (172-3310). Learn More »

EXCAVATED US / CS 3.25” “BLUNT-NOSED” ELLSWORTH 1.5” BOLT

EXCAVATED US / CS 3.25” “BLUNT-NOSED” ELLSWORTH 1.5” BOLT

Here is a seldom seen artifact of Civil War usage at times described as looking like an old time ‘window weight.’ The small, blunt-nosed, all-iron field artillery projectile is an excavated… (727-195). Learn More »

SOUTH CAROLINA ENFIELD RIFLE-MUSKET

SOUTH CAROLINA ENFIELD RIFLE-MUSKET

Extremely rare South Carolina Pattern 1853 Enfield rifle-musket in relic condition. State purchasing agent Benjamin F. Evans only purchased an estimated 4,180 arms in England for South Carolina; the… (476-71). Learn More »

$3,500.00
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ARTILLERY “A” CUFF BUTTON FROM GETTYSBURG

ARTILLERY “A” CUFF BUTTON FROM GETTYSBURG

This is a US eagle cuff button with an “A” for artillery at center of the shield on the eagle’s chest. The face is dark with no gilt remaining and is in very good condition being free of pushes… (173-1462). Learn More »

$65.00
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BRASS KNAPSACK STUD RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

BRASS KNAPSACK STUD RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Small brass stud as found on Union knapsacks and enlisted man’s saber belt drops. Stud is in good condition with a nice patina. This item was recovered by the late John Cullison in the woods by the… (173-1489). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SHOTGUN/NESSLER BULLET FROM SEMINARY RIDGE, GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE SHOTGUN/NESSLER BULLET FROM SEMINARY RIDGE, GETTYSBURG

These bullets were for years referred to as Confederate shotgun slugs but they are in reality Nessler bullets that were made by the North Carolina School for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind. These bullets… (173-1500). Learn More »

WILLIAMS CLEANER TYPE I BULLET FROM GETTYSBURG

WILLIAMS CLEANER TYPE I BULLET FROM GETTYSBURG

This is a complete Williams Cleaner Type I bullet in dropped condition. Item was recovered at Gettysburg in an unspecified location. Ex-Rosensteel family collection. PLEASE DO NOT REQUEST A SPECIFIC… (173-1509). Learn More »

.69 MINIE BALL FROM SEMINARY RIDGE, GETTYSBURG

.69 MINIE BALL FROM SEMINARY RIDGE, GETTYSBURG

Dropped condition .69 minie ball. This item was recovered by the late John Cullison on Seminary Ridge and then passed on to the Rosensteel Family Collection of Gettysburg artifacts. PLEASE DO NOT… (173-1507). Learn More »

 U.S. 3.67” HOTCHKISS ARTILLERY SHELL

U.S. 3.67” HOTCHKISS ARTILLERY SHELL

An excavated example of the Hotchkiss shell still retaining its base and nose fuse. There is an old number “10” hand painted in white (1 ¼”) located on the upper section of this shell. This was… (R20124). Learn More »

$215.00
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DUG IRON FRAME OF NAVY SAVAGE REVOLVER

DUG IRON FRAME OF NAVY SAVAGE REVOLVER

This iron frame includes the trigger, trigger guard, hammer, grip frame and cylinder frame. The iron is dark and pitted but the heavy rust and dirt has been removed. No markings are visible. Place of… (782-07). Learn More »

DUG FRAME FROM SINGLE ACTION STARR ARMY REVOLVER

DUG FRAME FROM SINGLE ACTION STARR ARMY REVOLVER

This iron frame was dug in an unknown location. The heavy dirt and rust has been removed and the metal surfaces are pitted. The back strap of the grip is broken at the first screw hole. The trigger… (782-06). Learn More »

DUG MODEL 1861 LOCK PLATE

DUG MODEL 1861 LOCK PLATE

The lock plate is complete with the hammer and all the interior workings but it is encrusted with rust. No markings are visible and the location of recovery is… (782-18). Learn More »

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL TYPE I FROM REAMS STATION

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL TYPE I FROM REAMS STATION

Produced by the Federal Ordnance Department during the Civil War, here is a very fine, unfired Type 1 Hotchkiss percussion shell complete with its fuse adapter, lead sabot, and base cup. Recovered… (M23386). Learn More »

$325.00
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NEAR COMPLETE MODEL 1849 POCKET COLT DUG NEAR RICHMOND

NEAR COMPLETE MODEL 1849 POCKET COLT DUG NEAR RICHMOND

This dug Model 1849 Pocket Colt is complete except for the grips. The serial number of 27706 matches on the base of the grip and the trigger guard which are the only two places where it can be seen.… (782-02). Learn More »

U.S. OFFICER’S EAGLE I CUFF BUTTON

U.S. OFFICER’S EAGLE I CUFF BUTTON

Excavated example of (16mm) eagle I cuff button. Recovered at Gettysburg by John Cullison, location unknown. The back mark reads: SCOVILL. WATERBURY. The shank is present, but is bent completely… (173-527). Learn More »

$15.00
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CIVILIAN FOUR HOLE UTILITY BUTTON

CIVILIAN FOUR HOLE UTILITY BUTTON

An excavated example of a (11mm) tin-metal two pieced utility button used both by the military and civilian for trousers and shirts. A Gettysburg recovery, site unknown.  Found by John Cullison. … (173-528). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR CS-MARKED, BRASS SADDLE SHIELD IN VERY GOOD EXCAVATED CONDITION

CIVIL WAR CS-MARKED, BRASS SADDLE SHIELD IN VERY GOOD EXCAVATED CONDITION

This seldom seen, excavated Civil War artifact is a wonderful equestrian example of a brass, Confederate-marked, triangle-shaped shield device. Used to decorate a southerner’s saddle pommel, this… (630-05). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US “PUPPY PAW” BELT PLATE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US “PUPPY PAW” BELT PLATE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

The face of this belt plate is in very nice condition with a good rich brown patina. The low areas of the face along with the recesses of the border have a subdued light discoloration that helps to… (173-1459). Learn More »

$450.00
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US/CS 6.84 INCH 42 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHOT, NON-EXCAVATED

US/CS 6.84 INCH 42 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHOT, NON-EXCAVATED

Fired from a 7 inch seacoast 42 pounder smoothbore gun. Most battlefield recoveries waterways/coastal forts. Nice example! EXTRA SHIPPING REQUIRED ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (785-19). Learn More »

CS 6.4 INCH READ IRON “TEAR DROP” BOLT

CS 6.4 INCH READ IRON “TEAR DROP” BOLT

Fired from a 32 pounder Gun. This rare projectile has an iron ring sabot. Examples of this pattern have been recovered in Vicksburg, Alabama, and Mississippi River sites. Would clean to a nice example… (727-239). Learn More »

US 6.4 INCH 32 POUNDER STAND OF GRAPE

US 6.4 INCH 32 POUNDER STAND OF GRAPE

Fired from a 32 pounder smoothbore, rifled 32 pounder, 6.4inch Brooke, or a Parrott rifle. This grape stand was recovered from the wreck of the USS Cairo sunk in the Yazoo River at Haines Bluff in… (785-17). Learn More »

US/CS 5.68-INCH 24-POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL

US/CS 5.68-INCH 24-POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL

The body of this spherical shell has some heavy pitting and moderate surface rust throughout. At top is a fuse hole that still retains bits of the wood fuse plug around the side. EXTRA SHIPPING… (727-306). Learn More »

SPENCER CASING AND BUCKSHOT FROM GETTYSBURG

SPENCER CASING AND BUCKSHOT FROM GETTYSBURG

Three quarters of a Spencer shell casing and single buckshot found together. The casing is missing part of one side. This item was recovered at Gettysburg by the late John Cullison and passed by him… (173-701). Learn More »

LEAD CONFEDERATE CASE SHOT SLUG FROM GETTYSBURG

LEAD CONFEDERATE CASE SHOT SLUG FROM GETTYSBURG

Square and somewhat misshaped piece of lead typically used by the Confederates in their case shot rounds. This item was recovered at Gettysburg by the late John Cullison and passed by him to the… (173-722). Learn More »

ROUND .44 PISTOL BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

ROUND .44 PISTOL BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

Dropped condition .44 round ball. This item was recovered at Gettysburg by the late John Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel family where it became part of their well-known collection of… (173-707). Learn More »

LARGE CAMP SPOON RECOVERED FROM STAFFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA

LARGE CAMP SPOON RECOVERED FROM STAFFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA

This dug condition camp spoon was recovered from Stafford County, Virginia. It measures 9 inches long. It includes the original, typed digger's tag. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (R19774). Learn More »

CRUSHED CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

CRUSHED CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

This crushed canteen looks to be complete. Despite being run over by something and being rusted by years in the ground the piece looks complete except for the spout. The edges have folded over one… (R19460). Learn More »

IRON CASE SHOT BALLS FROM THE WHEATFIELD, GETTYSBURG

IRON CASE SHOT BALLS FROM THE WHEATFIELD, GETTYSBURG

Iron case shot ball with light rust throughout. Meas. approx. 0.75 of an inch across. Slightly out of round. This item was recovered in the Wheatfield at Gettysburg by the late John Cullison and… (173-1140). Learn More »

WILLIAMS CLEANER TYPE II BULLET FROM GETTYSBURG

WILLIAMS CLEANER TYPE II BULLET FROM GETTYSBURG

Bullet is in very nice dropped condition with cleaning disk still attached at bottom. This item was found by the late John Cullison and passed by him to the well-known Rosensteel family collection of… (173-1151). Learn More »

DUG MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

DUG MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

All iron surfaces are rusted and pitted. The heaviest rust is in the area of the cylinder. None of the rust is scaling or flaking and nothing is loose. Pistol is complete except for the wood grips and… (30-1666). Learn More »

$825.00
Originally $975.00

CONFEDERATE 3.67 INCH 20 POUNDER SMOOTH READ SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3.67 INCH 20 POUNDER SMOOTH READ SHELL

The body of this shell has light pitting throughout but is fairly clean with only light surface rust. Cast into the side of the shell just below the nose is “AR.” On his excellent website… (727-347). Learn More »

CS 7 INCH BROOKE MILLED BASE BOLT

CS 7 INCH BROOKE MILLED BASE BOLT

Fired from a rifled 42 pounder or a 7 inch rifle. Recovered in the Trent’s Reach area of the James River. Designed in 1862 for larger rifles, this bolt has a milled base sabot. Rare projectile in… (727-245). Learn More »

US 10 INCH SPHERICAL MORTAR SHELL

US 10 INCH SPHERICAL MORTAR SHELL

Fired from a 10 inch mortar. Has loading “ears” on either side of fuse hole. Used wooden fuse plug. Light minor surface pitting. Recovered Fort Thomas - Fort Whittlesey on the Ohio River,… (785-25). Learn More »

$285.00
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IRON CASE SHOT FROM GETTYSBURG

IRON CASE SHOT FROM GETTYSBURG

Round iron case shot recovered in an area southwest of the present day Gettysburg hospital in a location that was a staging point for Pickett’s Charge. The item was recovered by the late Ronald… (173-1395). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 4.52-INCH 12 POUND SPHERICAL SHELL

CONFEDERATE 4.52-INCH 12 POUND SPHERICAL SHELL

This shell is in good condition. The body has some light rust in areas but also some of the original arsenal paint remains. There does not appear to be any major material loss and the pitting is light… (727-349). Learn More »

BORMANN ARTILLERY FUSE FROM GETTYSBURG

BORMANN ARTILLERY FUSE FROM GETTYSBURG

Bormann artillery fuse in nice uncut condition and complete. All the time graduations can be read with ease. There are two small nail holes across from each other on the edge showing where this fuse… (M23622). Learn More »

SECTION OF WOOD FROM THE FAMOUS LUTHERAN SEMINARY AT GETTYSBURG

SECTION OF WOOD FROM THE FAMOUS LUTHERAN SEMINARY AT GETTYSBURG

This section of board meas. approx. 32.00 x 10.00 x 2.00 inches and was recovered during the 2012/2013 restoration of the well-known Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary. The Lutheran Seminary stands on the… (639-03). Learn More »

NON-EXCAVATED US 11 INCH DAHLGREN NAVAL SPHERICAL SHELL

NON-EXCAVATED US 11 INCH DAHLGREN NAVAL SPHERICAL SHELL

Fired from an 11 inch Dahlgren smoothbore gun. The brass watercap fuse unscrews markings are faint but visible, “ORD/Anchor 1862”. Traces of original arsenal paint. Nice example! EXTRA SHIPPING… (785-27). Learn More »

US 9 INCH NAVAL DAHLGREN SPHERICAL SHELL

US 9 INCH NAVAL DAHLGREN SPHERICAL SHELL

Fired from a 9 inch Dahlgren smoothbore. Hubbel patent water cap fuse with excellent markings which read, “ORD, Anchor 1859”.  Minor areas of light pitting. Recovered Vicksburg,… (785-24). Learn More »

BRITISH 3.5-INCH BRITTEN CASE SHOT SEGMENTED SHELL

BRITISH 3.5-INCH BRITTEN CASE SHOT SEGMENTED SHELL

The body of this case-shot shell is in excellent condition. It is clean and smooth throughout. Around the base is a lead cup sabot that exhibits seven lands and grooves. The nose is missing the fuse… (727-110). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3.75 INCH READ SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3.75 INCH READ SHELL

This shell has a clean body but the pitting is heavy. Both the upper and lower bourrelets are visible and the copper ring sabot is still present at bottom. On the side of the sabot is a small square… (727-274). Learn More »

CARTRIDGE BOX, WAIST BELT AND BAYONET SCABBARD FROG FROM SHIELD’S MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

CARTRIDGE BOX, WAIST BELT AND BAYONET SCABBARD FROG FROM SHIELD’S MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

This .69 cartridge box is in good complete condition but the leather has become stiff and dry from exposure to the elements and age. The outer flap is crackled but has no flaking. There is some… (M23726). Learn More »

US 8 INCH NAVAL SPHERICAL MORTAR SHELL FROM OLD MUSEUM / GAR POST

US 8 INCH NAVAL SPHERICAL MORTAR SHELL FROM OLD MUSEUM / GAR POST

Fired from an 8 inch smoothbore. Nicely painted around fuse hole, “Relic of Fort Darling”. Most likely fired by a riverboat gun at a CS Fort during the Seven Days Battle. An early battlefield… (785-22). Learn More »

$295.00
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US 3 INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL

US 3 INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL

Only the nose and lead band sabot intact. This pattern Hotchkiss shell had three flame grooves cut into the body causing the weakening of the iron base cup to separate in flight. Fired from a 3 inch… (785-37). Learn More »

$165.00
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US/CS 4.52-INCH BORMANN SPHERICAL CASE SHOT

US/CS 4.52-INCH BORMANN SPHERICAL CASE SHOT

The body of this spherical case shot has some light pitting and surface rust but is in otherwise good condition with a scattering of original finish visible. The Bormann fuse was originally punched… (727-171). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 5.68-INCH 24-POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL

CONFEDERATE 5.68-INCH 24-POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL

The body of this shell is mostly clean and smooth with light surface wear and very light surface rust. Running around the shell at the mid-point is an obvious mold seam. Still present in the fuse hole… (727-121). Learn More »

US 3.5-INCH SAWYER SHELL

US 3.5-INCH SAWYER SHELL

Shell has no fuse. The body is clean with moderate pitting throughout. The body also has six raised flanges to match the bore of the Sawyer rifle for which the shell is made. Attached to one side of… (727-258). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3-INCH MARSHALL SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3-INCH MARSHALL SHELL

This smooth shell was produced at the Confederate Armory in Marshall, Texas. The body has moderate to heavy pitting throughout. The copper band sabot has three cut notches and shows some wear from… (727-263). Learn More »

CS 3 INCH “CAMDEN SC” READ PATTERN SHELL

CS 3 INCH “CAMDEN SC” READ PATTERN SHELL

This projectile gets its name from a cache of unfired Read Shells found in Camden, South Carolina. Fired from a 3 inch Ordnance Rifle. Used wood fuse adapter. Nice copper ring sabot. Remnants of… (785-35). Learn More »

$850.00
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CONFEDERATE 4.62-INCH READ SHELL

CONFEDERATE 4.62-INCH READ SHELL

The body of this unfired shell is in mostly clean condition. Most areas are smooth but there are small scattered spots of pitting and light rust. The copper ring sabot is in excellent condition and… (727-240). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 6.00-INCH CANISTER ROUND

CONFEDERATE 6.00-INCH CANISTER ROUND

This canister round appears to have been dug or the victim of bad storage over the years. The round has been placed in a clear plastic container for viewing and preserving. Approx. 75% of the tin body… (727-217). Learn More »

US 4.2-INCH 30 POUNDER LONG PATTERN SCHENKL FROM GEORGIA

US 4.2-INCH 30 POUNDER LONG PATTERN SCHENKL FROM GEORGIA

The body of this shell is clean and still exhibits some of the original arsenal paint, especially on the base which was originally covered by a papier-mâché sabot. There is light to moderate pitting… (727-160). Learn More »

US 3-INCH 10 POUNDER PARROTT SHELL

US 3-INCH 10 POUNDER PARROTT SHELL

The body of this shell is heavily pitted and rusted throughout but is a little cleaner near the nose. The base still has its brass ring sabot that shows the marks of lands and groves from having been… (727-206). Learn More »

CS 6.4 INCH READ COPPER SABOT SHELL

CS 6.4 INCH READ COPPER SABOT SHELL

Fired from a rifled 32 pounder gun. Nice copper ring sabot, sans wood fuse. Considered the last design of Read projectiles to see service at the war’s end. Examples found at Fort Fisher, Mobile Bay,… (778-04). Learn More »

US 8 INCH 200 POUNDER PARROTT SHELL

US 8 INCH 200 POUNDER PARROTT SHELL

Fired from an 8 inch 200 pounder Parrott Rifle type II Brass Sabot which has 12 rabbets. Sans the fuse, which used a Parrott type fuse. Examples recovered in Charleston and Fort Fisher. Outstanding… (778-03). Learn More »

US/CS 4.52-INCH 12 POUND SPHERICAL BORMANN SHELL

US/CS 4.52-INCH 12 POUND SPHERICAL BORMANN SHELL

This shell is in good condition. Most of the active rust has been removed so only surface rust remains. There does not appear to be any material loss and the pitting is moderate near the top. The fuse… (727-155). Learn More »

US 7 INCH DYER SHELL

US 7 INCH DYER SHELL

Fired from a 42 pounder rifled gun. This projectile exhibits the 9 lands and grooves on the lead cup sabot. Remains of the fuse plug, light surface ruse/minor pitting. Recovered in Vicksburg,… (727-226). Learn More »

CS 7 INCH HARDING SHELL

CS 7 INCH HARDING SHELL

Fired from a rifled 42 pounder gun. The copper ring sabot clearly shows the 7 lands and grooves. Cast for a wooden fuse which is missing. Many of these projectiles used the rare Girarder fuse. Iron… (727-250). Learn More »

CS 6.4 INCH IRON “TEAR DROP” READ BOLT

CS 6.4 INCH IRON “TEAR DROP” READ BOLT

Fired from a rifled 32 pounder gun. Projectile has not been cleaned. Some areas of light to moderate pitting. Some areas of the iron ring sabot rusted away. Examples found in Alabama, Vicksburg, and… (727-222). Learn More »

CS 6.4 INCH READ IRON SABOT SHELL

CS 6.4 INCH READ IRON SABOT SHELL

Fired from a rifled 32 pounder gun. Used wood fuse plug. Examples found in Fort Fisher, Mobile Bay, and James River sites. Light to heavy area of pitting, some “chipping” to the iron sabot. EXTRA… (727-215). Learn More »

US 6.4 INCH 100 POUNDER PARROTT RIVET-BOTTOM SHELL

US 6.4 INCH 100 POUNDER PARROTT RIVET-BOTTOM SHELL

Fired from a 6.4 inch 100 Pounder Parrott Rifle. Type II Brass Sabot which 10 rabbets. Missing the fuse which would easily screw into the threads. A late war design, examples found in Fort Fisher,… (778-06). Learn More »

US 7 INCH PARROTT SHELL

US 7 INCH PARROTT SHELL

Fired from a rifled 42 pounder Gun, sans the brass type II Parrott Sabot. The small unfinished fuse hole is characteristic of experimental Parrott Shells found at the West Point Test range. No… (778-07). Learn More »

US 3.67 INCH SHORT PATTERN SCHENKL SHELL

US 3.67 INCH SHORT PATTERN SCHENKL SHELL

The body of this shell has been lightly cleaned and is in nice condition overall. The nose is mostly smooth with only the lightest pitting. One side of the nose has a hole from deactivation of the… (727-273). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 4.52" 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL - PITZER COLLECTION GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE 4.52" 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL - GEISELMAN COLLECTION / PITZER COLLECTION GETTYSBURG

This Confederate 12-pounder smoothbore spherical shell specimen is in fine original condition and has no Borman fuse in the cavity. A very common explosive shell used in the Civil War, artifact… (R10901). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $1,500.00

C.S. 3" SMOOTH READ SHELL FOUND IN GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

C.S. 3" SMOOTH READ SHELL FOUND IN GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This example of artillery shell is classified as a Confederate 3”, smooth, long Read percussion shell made for a ten-pound Parrott Rifle (2.9”caliber). Once part of the Johnson Collection in… (R10951). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $1,250.00

CONFEDERATE 3-INCH SMOOTH READ SHELL FOUND ON EAST CAVALRY FIELD - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CONFEDERATE 3-INCH SMOOTH READ SHELL FOUND ON EAST CAVALRY FIELD - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an original C.S. 3-Inch Smooth Read Case-Shot Shell. Moderately pitted, this shell measures approximately 8-7/8 inches long, 2.8 inches in diameter, and weighs 9.5 pounds. With provenance… (R10998). Learn More »

$1,250.00
Originally $1,500.00
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C.S. 3" SMOOTH, LONG, READ COMMON PERCUSSION SHELL FOUND ON JACOBY'S FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

C.S. 3" SMOOTH, LONG, READ COMMON PERCUSSION SHELL FOUND ON JACOBY'S FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This artillery specimen is a Confederate 3" smooth-sided, long read percussion shell. The projectile, made for a 10-pounder Parrott Rifle, was found on Jacoby's Farm along the Taneytown Rd in… (R11001). Learn More »

$1,250.00
Originally $2,250.00
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CS 3" SMOOTH READ LONG PATTERN COMMON SHELL FOUND ON THE MEHRING HOMESTEAD OFF FAIRFIELD ROAD - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CS 3" SMOOTH READ LONG PATTERN COMMON SHELL FOUND ON THE MEHRING HOMESTEAD OFF FAIRFIELD ROAD - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This super fine condition artillery round was manufactured by Southern arsenals is a smooth sided, long Read percussion shell similar in design to its U.S. counterpart, a 2.9" - 3" Parrott shell. The… (R10979). Learn More »

$1,250.00
Originally $1,850.00

C.S. 3" VIRGINIA PATTERN READ SHELL FROM HUNTERSTOWN NEAR GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

C.S. 3" VIRGINIA PATTERN READ SHELL FROM HUNTERSTOWN NEAR GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This artillery shell is classified as a Confederate 3" Read percussion shell made for a 2.9"caliber Field Gun. The fired projectile was recovered at the Battle of Hunterstown near Gettysburg within… (R10966). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $1,200.00

U.S. 4.52" 12-POUND SPHERICAL SHELL FOUND AT THE SHERFY FARM, SOUTH OF GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 4.52" 12-POUND SPHERICAL SHELL FOUND AT THE SHERFY FARM, SOUTH OF GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This Civil War artillery round is an original, US 12-pound spherical shell that was found at Gettysburg. In very good, dug condition, this projectile was recovered on the grounds of the Sherfy Farm… (R11261). Learn More »

$950.00
Originally $1,250.00
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U.S. 4.52" 12-POUND SPHERICAL CASE-SHOT SHELL REYNOLD'S WOODS, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 4.52" 12-POUND SPHERICAL CASE-SHOT SHELL REYNOLD'S WOODS, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This original 12-pound spherical case-shot shell found at Gettysburg is in fine condition. Once part of the David Plank Collection, this projectile was recovered from the battlefield at Reynold's… (R11216). Learn More »

$950.00
Originally $1,250.00
ON HOLD

U.S. 4.52 INCH 12-POUND CASE SHOT SHELL FOUND IN REYNOLDS' WOODS - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 4.52 INCH 12-POUND CASE SHOT SHELL FOUND IN REYNOLDS' WOODS - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a very nice unfired U.S. 4.52-inch case shot with a Borman time fuse. Moderately pitted, it weighs 11 pounds, is fused, and was meant to be fired from a 12-pounder smooth bore gun. The shell… (R11195). Learn More »

$950.00
Originally $1,250.00
ON HOLD

US 3" SCHENKL COMBINATION-FUZED CASE-SHOT SHELL - CULP FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

US 3" SCHENKL COMBINATION-FUZED CASE-SHOT SHELL - CULP FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This Federal Schenkl combination fuzed percussion case-shot shell is in fine relic condition. Specimen picked up from the Culp Farm on the Gettysburg battlefield after the battle by Martin Williams.… (R10892). Learn More »

$1,250.00
Originally $2,250.00
ON HOLD

US 3" COMBINATION-FUZED SCHENKL PERCUSSION CASE SHOT SHELL - RECOVERED AT POWER'S HILL, GETTYSBURG;  GEISELMAN COLLECTION

US 3" COMBINATION-FUZED SCHENKL PERCUSSION CASE SHOT SHELL - RECOVERED AT POWER'S HILL, GETTYSBURG; GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This original, Federal 3" Combination-Fuzed Schenkl percussion case-shot shell was recovered on Power's Hill in Gettysburg by Martin W. sometime after the battle. The three-inch Schenkl, in very good… (R11148). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $1,250.00
ON HOLD

HANDMADE 24TH CORPS BADGE

HANDMADE 24TH CORPS BADGE

Nice, little hand cut brass heart that meas. approx. 1.00 inch across at the widest. The heart was the badge of the 24th Corps which was made up of white troops taken from the 10th and 18th Corps. The… (R19933). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $165.00

CS 6.4 INCH READ IRON SABOT “TEAR DROP” BOLT

CS 6.4 INCH READ IRON SABOT “TEAR DROP” BOLT

Fired from a rifled 32 pounder gun. Iron ring sabot with some minor chipping along edge. Lathe marks visible on body. Some of the rifling and 10 groove hook slant barely visible. Examples found in… (778-02). Learn More »

US 7 INCH DYER SHELL

US 7 INCH DYER SHELL

Fired from a rifled 42 pounder gun which exhibits the gun’s lands & grooves on the lead cup sabot. Many Dyer shells fired failed to explode because of the large lead sabot. Has remains of the… (778-05). Learn More »

CS 6.4" READ IRON SABOT LONG PATTERN SHELL

CS 6.4" READ IRON SABOT LONG PATTERN SHELL

Fired from a rifled 32 pounder gun, the iron ring sabot, sans about 9 inches. Has a rare iron CS paper time fuse adapter in excellent condition. One half of the projectile body has light pitting,… (778-08). Learn More »

U.S. 3" SCHENKL PERCUSSION SHELL - GETTYSBURG /GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 3" SCHENKL PERCUSSION SHELL - GETTYSBURG /GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This Federal, intact Schenkl percussion shell specimen is in wonderful relic condition. Once part of the Bush Horner Collection, this round appears to have been picked up from the Gettysburg… (R11696). Learn More »

U.S. 3" SCHENKL PERCUSSION SHELL, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 3" SCHENKL PERCUSSION SHELL, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This original Federal 3" Schenkl percussion shell was recovered on East Cavalry Field in Gettysburg sometime after the battle in July 1863. Once part of the Walters Collection, the 3" diameter… (R10996). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $1,250.00
ON HOLD

U.S. 3" SCHENKL PERCUSSION SHELL - FOUND ON THE SPANGLER FARM, GETTYSBURG -GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 3" SCHENKL PERCUSSION SHELL - FOUND ON THE SPANGLER FARM, GETTYSBURG -GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a complete Federal 3" Schenkl percussion shell specimen in very good condition. This artillery round was found on the grounds of the Spangler Farm on the Gettysburg battlefield sometime after… (R11140). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $1,250.00
ON HOLD

U.S. 3.67-INCH HOTCHKISS CANISTER FOR A 20 POUNDER - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 3.67-INCH HOTCHKISS CANISTER FOR A 20 POUNDER - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is a nice, original, unfired U.S. canister round for a 3.67-Inch 20 Pounder. This canister would have been fired from Captain Elijah D. Taft's 5th New York Independent Battery, the only… (R10878). Learn More »

$2,250.00
Originally $3,250.00

ARTILLERY CHAIN FOUND AT GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

ARTILLERY CHAIN FOUND AT GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a section of artillery chain. It was recovered in relic condition at an unknown non-Gettysburg location. Moderately pitted, it consists of a bolt end and twelve links of chain. The bolt is… (R12377). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $167.50

CIVIL WAR WHEEL HUB BOX RING - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CIVIL WAR WHEEL HUB BOX RING - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an original wheel hub nave box ring for an axle tree. It was recovered in relic condition at an unknown location in Gettysburg. Lightly pitted, it has a very attractive green, gold, and… (R12383). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $195.00

CIVIL WAR WHEEL HUB BOX RING- GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CIVIL WAR WHEEL HUB BOX RING- GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an original wheel hub nave box ring for an axle tree. It was recovered in relic condition at an unknown location in Gettysburg. Moderately pitted, it measures 3-½ inches in diameter, 2… (R12381). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $195.00

US MODEL 1832 NAVAL OFFICER'S SWORD HILT FROM CHARLESTON

US MODEL 1832 NAVAL OFFICER'S SWORD HILT FROM CHARLESTON

Very nice condition with a pleasing look. Found at Charleston, S.C. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR… (R18502). Learn More »

$175.00
Originally $225.00

14TH ARMY CORPS BADGE RECOVERED AT NEW RIVER GORGE, WEST VIRGINIA

14TH ARMY CORPS BADGE RECOVERED AT NEW RIVER GORGE, WEST VIRGINIA

Brass 14th Army Corps Badge meas. approx. 1.5" x .75". Known as the "acorn" badge, this particular badge consists of a two-pronged stem. Top portion is plain without the traditional criss-cross… (R12117). Learn More »

$200.00
Originally $225.00

HORSE HARNESS SECTION RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG - FROM THE COLLECTION OF GAR POST #551 IN YORK SPRINGS, PA

HORSE HARNESS SECTION RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG - FROM THE COLLECTION OF GAR POST #551 IN YORK SPRINGS, PA

This item is from the collection of the Peter Miller Post #551 of the GAR. The Post was located in York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania and is believed to be named after Private Peter Miller of… (R20078). Learn More »

$975.00
Originally $1,295.00

MODEL 1816 MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG - FROM THE COLLECTION OF GAR POST #551 IN YORK SPRINGS

MODEL 1816 MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG - FROM THE COLLECTION OF GAR POST #551 IN YORK SPRINGS

This item is from the collection of the Peter Miller Post #551 of the GAR. The Post was located in York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania and is believed to be named after Private Peter Miller of… (R20058). Learn More »

$325.00
Originally $495.00

CUT-DOWN .69 FLINTLOCK MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG - FROM THE COLLECTION OF GAR POST #551 IN YORK SPRINGS, PA

CUT-DOWN .69 FLINTLOCK MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG - FROM THE COLLECTION OF GAR POST #551 IN YORK SPRINGS, PA

This item is from the collection of the Peter Miller Post #551 of the GAR. The Post was located in York Springs, Adams County, Pennsylvania and is believed to be named after Private Peter Miller of… (R20056). Learn More »

$325.00
Originally $495.00

SECTION OF A US 12 LB. 4.52" BORMANN CASE SHOT SHELL, WITH WOODEN BASE

SECTION OF A US 12 LB. 4.52" BORMANN CASE SHOT SHELL, WITH WOODEN BASE

Here is an example of a cross-section of the US 12 lb. Bormann Case-shot Shell. Various sized case-shot balls can be seen as well as the surrounding mustard-yellow matrix. The center-indented crevice… (R13267). Learn More »

$200.00
Originally $245.00

EXCAVATED CONDITION, CIVILIAN STYLE, RIFLE BARREL BREECH PLUG WITH TRIGGER PLATE - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

EXCAVATED CONDITION, CIVILIAN STYLE, RIFLE BARREL BREECH PLUG WITH TRIGGER PLATE - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

A most unusual excavated artifact from the Battle of Gettysburg is this civilian style rifle / musket iron breech plug with a portion of a trigger plate attached. Found on the William Cromer Homestead… (R11475). Learn More »

$75.00
Originally $97.50

MODIFIED C.S. TIN CANTEEN FOUND AT THE RAILROAD CUT - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

MODIFIED C.S. TIN CANTEEN FOUND AT THE RAILROAD CUT - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an unusual and outstanding Confederate Canteen. John Geiselman obtained it from the Pud Marick Collection of Gettysburg relics; it was found at the Railroad Cut in Gettysburg. This… (R11894). Learn More »

$1,695.00
Originally $2,250.00

FEDERAL M1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN - CULP'S HILL GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

FEDERAL M1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN - CULP'S HILL GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This Federal Model 1858 smoothside canteen is an unusual recovered artifact from the Culp's Hill area in Gettysburg. The tin canteen, produced by the government's New York Depot, was modified by a… (R13823). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $1,295.00

EQUESTRIAN BRIDLE OR CURB BIT FOUND AT CULP'S HILL, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

EQUESTRIAN BRIDLE OR CURB BIT FOUND AT CULP'S HILL, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Found in the area of Culp's Hill on the battlefield of Gettysburg is this fancy, iron bridle bit in relic condition. The excavated artifact measures 6" long and is 5¼" wide. Its iron surface exhibits… (R11186). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $1,250.00

CIVILIAN STYLE BRIDLE BIT FOUND ON THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CIVILIAN STYLE BRIDLE BIT FOUND ON THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is an unusual Civilian Style Bridle Bit. It was found in relic condition at an unknown location on the Gettysburg Battlefield. Lightly to moderately pitted and rusted, it measures 5 ½ inches… (R10856). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $225.00

MID 19TH CENTURY CIVILIAN PATTERN BIT FOUND ON THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

MID 19TH CENTURY CIVILIAN PATTERN BIT FOUND ON THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

A nice example of a typical iron horse bit often found on mid 19th century farms. Of the various styles of civilian bits used, this plain simple blacksmith-made bit was inexpensive, practical and easy… (R11740). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $195.00

BRIDLE BIT REMNANT FOUND ON THE WILLIAM CROMER FARM - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

BRIDLE BIT REMNANT FOUND ON THE WILLIAM CROMER FARM - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an unusual remnant of a Bridle Bit. It was found in relic condition in Gettysburg on the William Cromer Farm along Rock Creek. Heavily pitted and rusted, it measures approximately 5-¼… (R11476). Learn More »

$50.00
Originally $67.50

BRASS "RAKING" SPUR FOUND ON REDDING FARM NEXT TO EISENHOWER'S FARM - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

BRASS "RAKING" SPUR FOUND ON REDDING FARM NEXT TO EISENHOWER'S FARM - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Very dainty spur with straight neck and horizontal mounted rowel. Slots are very crudely finished. Light file marks on inside area of spur, possible Confederate officer's spur. Very dark patina. This… (R11401). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $550.00
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IRON SPUR FOUND ON SOUTH CAVALRY FIELD, EX-BITTLE COLLECTION - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

IRON SPUR FOUND ON SOUTH CAVALRY FIELD, EX-BITTLE COLLECTION - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Dainty spur with slightly down-turned neck. Iron rowel in very fine condition. A stud on each branch of spur for strap attachment. Dark patina, no pitting. This item identified on John Geiselman's… (R11399). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $550.00
ON HOLD

UNION SPUR FOUND ON THE WILLIAM CROMER HOMESTEAD - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

UNION SPUR FOUND ON THE WILLIAM CROMER HOMESTEAD - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a very nice U.S. Cavalry Spur. John Geiselman found this relic on the William Cromer Homestead. Lightly pitted with some dirt still adhering, this spur is sized as a small and appears to be a… (R11502). Learn More »

$300.00
Originally $395.00

SPUR FOUND ON JOHN GEISELMAN'S FARM - GETTYSBURG

SPUR FOUND ON JOHN GEISELMAN'S FARM - GETTYSBURG

Here is a very nice spur. John found this relic on his farm south of Gettysburg. Moderately pitted with some dirt still adhering, this spur is sized as a small and appears to be a civilian style. It… (R11477). Learn More »

$295.00
Originally $350.00

IDENTIFIED WOODEN BOOT JACK FOUND AT GETTYSBURG -  GEISELMAN COLLECTION

IDENTIFIED WOODEN BOOT JACK FOUND AT GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is interesting and unusual: a homemade wooden bootjack with hand engraved unit identification. With provenance to the Dr. Hill Collection, it was recovered soon after the battle at an… (R10847). Learn More »

$795.00
Originally $1,250.00

HAND-FORGED FARMING TOOL FROM RALPH BUTT FARM, GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

HAND-FORGED FARMING TOOL FROM RALPH BUTT FARM, GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This device a bailing hook used to move bails of straw and hay. Hand-forged 5" long hook with crudely fashioned simple 5" long cylindrical handle held in place with rectangular-shaped rivet on handle.… (R11400). Learn More »

$65.00
Originally $95.00

U.S. 4.52” 12-POUND SPHERICAL SHELL FOUND AT SPANGLER’S SPRING, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 4.52” 12-POUND SPHERICAL SHELL FOUND AT SPANGLER’S SPRING, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This original 12-pound spherical shell found at Spangler’s Spring is in very fine condition having been found shortly after the battle.  The circular shell is missing its Borman fuse, the brass… (R11259). Learn More »

$1,100.00
Originally $1,250.00
ON HOLD

CS 3-INCH BOURRELETED "VIRGINIA" PATTERN READ SHELL FOUND ON POWER'S HILL IN GETTYSBURG IN 1884 - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CS 3-INCH BOURRELETED "VIRGINIA" PATTERN READ SHELL FOUND ON POWER'S HILL IN GETTYSBURG IN 1884 - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Fired from a CS 3" rifle, the copper tapered ring sabot clearly shows the rifle's "lands & grooves." This type first appeared in late winter 1862 and 1863 campaign sites. Has a small section of… (575-05). Learn More »

$850.00
Originally $995.00

U.S. 3” COMPLETE PARROTT SHELL RECOVERED FROM HUNTERSTOWN NEAR GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 3” COMPLETE PARROTT SHELL RECOVERED FROM HUNTERSTOWN NEAR GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a very desirable, Federal 3” Parrott artillery projectile that was recovered from a backyard garden in Hunterstown soon after the Battle of Gettysburg. This fine artillery projectile,… (R10991). Learn More »

$1,695.00
Originally $2,250.00

U.S. 3" SCHENKL PERCUSSION SHELL, HUNTERSTOWN - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 3" SCHENKL PERCUSSION SHELL, HUNTERSTOWN - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This Federal, intact Schenkl percussion shell specimen is in relic condition.  Artifact was found in the Hunterstown area sometime after of the battle. This caliber shell was once in the Detrich… (R10958). Learn More »

$1,295.00
Originally $1,850.00

U.S. MEDICAL TIN RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG FROM THE DR. HILL COLLECTION – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. MEDICAL TIN RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG FROM THE DR. HILL COLLECTION – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Found by Herbert Olier, this medical tin meas. 4” high and 2” wide.  The pewter spout meas. .50”.  Japanned tin with nearly all the original japanning remaining on three sides.  One side the… (R19411). Learn More »

$400.00
Originally $450.00

CS 4.2" 30 POUND READ LONG IRON SABOT SHELL FOUND AT PETERSBURG, VA - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CS 4.2" 30 POUND READ LONG IRON SABOT SHELL FOUND AT PETERSBURG, VA - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

The wrought iron tapered ring sabot, intact, has damage from being fired. Used the wood adapter, paper time fuse plug. The fuse hole has traces of the wood plug. Body of shell only lightly cleaned, by… (R11765). Learn More »

$450.00
Originally $500.00

AN EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICKUP! A US 4.52" 12 POUND SPHERICAL SHOT ON THE ORIGINAL WOOD SABOT FROM PETERSBURG, VA - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

AN EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICKUP! A US 4.52" 12 POUND SPHERICAL SHOT ON THE ORIGINAL WOOD SABOT FROM PETERSBURG, VA - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This early war trophy appears to have been picked up from the battlefield within a few weeks of the battle. This war relic, the most common Civil War smoothbore projectile, sits on the original wood… (R11330). Learn More »

$1,100.00
Originally $1,295.00

RARE, EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE GENERAL STAFF OFFICER’S UNIFORM BUTTON

RARE, EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE GENERAL STAFF OFFICER’S UNIFORM BUTTON

This Confederate artifact, in good condition, is an excavated, local-made brass button as worn on many high ranking Southern officer’s uniforms.  The convex, coat-size button is of two-piece… (R18599). Learn More »

$225.00
Originally $275.00

RARE EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE GENERAL STAFF OFFICER’S UNIFORM BUTTON

RARE EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE GENERAL STAFF OFFICER’S UNIFORM BUTTON

This Confederate artifact, in good condition, is an excavated, local-made brass button as worn on many ranking Southern officer’s uniforms. The convex, coat-size button is of two-piece construction… (R18593). Learn More »

$200.00
Originally $250.00

LARGE SECTION OF CANNON BARREL

LARGE SECTION OF CANNON BARREL

Section of a 6 pounder iron tube that meas. approx. 15.0 inches in length by 7.50 inches across. The iron walls of the tube meas. approx. 2.0 inches thick. On the outside surface you can make out part… (R18520). Learn More »

$1,100.00
Originally $1,295.00

GETTYSBURG-DUG U.S. MODEL 1839 PATTERN FEDERAL INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM LITTLE ROUND TOP

GETTYSBURG-DUG U.S. MODEL 1839 PATTERN FEDERAL INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM LITTLE ROUND TOP

This excavated Federal cartridge box plate is one that was recovered from Little Round Top on the Gettysburg battlefield sometime after the battle. The early regulation 1839 pattern for enlisted… (R17610). Learn More »

$1,600.00
Originally $1,950.00

US PONCHO WITH REMAINS OF TWO US MODEL 1855 CARTRIDGE BOXES RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

US PONCHO WITH REMAINS OF TWO US MODEL 1855 CARTRIDGE BOXES RECOVERED AT SPOTYSLVANIA

A regulation US Poncho recovered with the remains of two US Model 1855 cartridge boxes. Both boxes appear to remain full of .58 cal. bullets. What makes this amazing is that all the artifacts were… (R13173). Learn More »

$1,150.00
Originally $1,500.00

PIECE OF COQUINA FROM FORT MARION, ST. AUGUSTINE, FL, 1821-1942

PIECE OF COQUINA FROM FORT MARION, ST. AUGUSTINE, FL, 1821-1942

A piece of coquina from Fort Marion. Coquina is formed in association with marine reefs and is a variety of "coral rag," technically a subset of limestone. Tag reads "Piece of Fort Marion St Augustine… (R17420). Learn More »

$165.00
Originally $195.00

CLASSIC US MODEL 1839 PATTERN FEDERAL INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM KENNESAW MOUNTAIN, GA

CLASSIC US MODEL 1839 PATTERN FEDERAL INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM KENNESAW MOUNTAIN, GA

This excavated Federal cartridge box plate is of the early regulation 1839 pattern for enlisted infantry. Construction for this box plate is via the die-struck, rolled brass face method with a lead… (R17611). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $595.00
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FIELD MADE 5TH CORPS BADGE & RELICS - BLOODY ANGLE, SPOTSYLVANIA

FIELD MADE 5TH CORPS BADGE & RELICS - BLOODY ANGLE, SPOTSYLVANIA

Heavily rusted makeshift 5th Corp badge made of a thin tin is accompanied by numerous other relics found at Bloody Angle. Relics include a broken socket and clasping ring of a bayonet, a melted lead… (R17458). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $495.00

RELICS RECOVERED FROM THE RIVER NYE AT SPOTSYLVANIA, VA

RELICS RECOVERED FROM THE RIVER NYE AT SPOTSYLVANIA, VA

One musket hammer, one percussion cap, one butt plate, one canister ball, one pocket knife, and two fired Union bullets found by the River Nye. Pocket knife measures 8 inches length. Tag reads "From… (R17457). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $325.00

CARVED BONE TOOL "TAKEN FROM A REBEL"

CARVED BONE TOOL "TAKEN FROM A REBEL"

Carved bone item with red colored engraved design. Tool is broken into two pieces. Measures 3.75" length. Tag reads "bone taken from___Rebel". This item is from an early Connecticut collection, most… (R17455). Learn More »

$295.00
Originally $325.00

SOLDIER'S CHANGE PURSE & RELICS RECOVERED AT BLOODY LANE, ANTIETAM

SOLDIER'S CHANGE PURSE & RELICS RECOVERED AT BLOODY LANE, ANTIETAM

Soldier's change purse is in delicate condition. Measures 3.25" length and 2.75" width. Included with the purse is a wedding band, a fired .69 caliber musket ball and a burnside casing. All items… (R17454). Learn More »

$1,250.00
Originally $1,500.00

RELIC BACON MFG. POCKET MODEL REVOLVER - THE BLOODY ANGLE, SPOTSYLVANIA

RELIC BACON MFG. POCKET MODEL REVOLVER - THE BLOODY ANGLE, SPOTSYLVANIA

Relic condition metal frame, hammer, trigger, and revolver chamber found at Bloody Angle with significant rusting. Measures 6" in length approximately. Original tag reads "From Spottsyl____… (R17434). Learn More »

$695.00
Originally $795.00

RELICS FOUND ON KENNESAW MOUNTAIN, GA

RELICS FOUND ON KENNESAW MOUNTAIN, GA

One barrel band, one canister ball, one musket wrench, one musket hammer, and one percussion cap found at Kennesaw Mountain. Tag is in fair condition and reads "_on Kenesaw Moutai_." All items in… (R17421). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $295.00

CS 2.86 INCH 10 POUNDER SMOOTH READ CASE-SHOT LEAD SIDE LOADING SHELL

CS 2.86 INCH 10 POUNDER SMOOTH READ CASE-SHOT LEAD SIDE LOADING SHELL

Found at Bank’s Ford, Chancellorsville, VA.  Has a nice lead side loading plug and a copper fuse plug/adapter.  Iron sabot intact.  Nice, clean shell. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (R19054). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $1,250.00

CONFEDERATE 4.2” 30 POUNDER LONG PATTERN BROUN SHELL

CONFEDERATE 4.2” 30 POUNDER LONG PATTERN BROUN SHELL

Approximately half of the copper ring sabot intact.  Fired from 4.2” US/CS Parrott Rifle.  Found in Mobile Bay, AL.  Has two areas of heavy iron loss near nose.  Has remains of the wooden fuse… (R19192). Learn More »

$295.00
Originally $395.00

US 2.9" DYER CASE-SHOT CROSS SECTION SHELL

US 2.9" DYER CASE-SHOT CROSS SECTION SHELL

Zinc fuse plug, paper time fuse adapter complete.  Lead sabot cut for flame groove.  Mounted on a nice poplar wood stand.  Location of recovery unknown. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (R19161). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $395.00

DUG CIVIL WAR NORTH CAROLINA STATE SEAL CUFF BUTTON RECOVERED AT THE WILDERNESS

DUG CIVIL WAR NORTH CAROLINA STATE SEAL CUFF BUTTON RECOVERED AT THE WILDERNESS

This artifact is a dug example of a two-piece Confederate ‘local’ brass cuff button as worn on the uniforms of North Carolina soldiers. Retains just a few traces of original gold gilt on the face… (R18594). Learn More »

$150.00
Originally $200.00

EXCAVATED CS BLOCK “I” UNIFORM BUTTON

EXCAVATED CS BLOCK “I” UNIFORM BUTTON

This excavated artifact is a good example of a Confederate infantryman’s Block “I” pewter button as worn on a Southern enlisted man’s uniform. Found at an unknown location sometime after the… (R18567). Learn More »

$200.00
Originally $250.00

US 3.67” 20 POUNDER PARROTT CHILLED-NOSE BOLT - PORT HUDSON

US 3.67” 20 POUNDER PARROTT CHILLED-NOSE BOLT - PORT HUDSON

Recovered at Port Hudson, LA.  Brass ring sabot intact.  Light surface pitting. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED… (R19188). Learn More »

$295.00
Originally $395.00

REBEL 6 POUND SHELL FROM CHANCELLORSVILLE

REBEL 6 POUND SHELL FROM CHANCELLORSVILLE

Confederate 3.67 inch case shot shell in good condition. Body is 100% intact with some minor wear. Fuse is gone but what looks like tree wood is embedded in the fuse hole.  Deactivation hole at… (R19061). Learn More »

$295.00
Originally $375.00

STRUCK POWDER FLASK FROM EZRA CHURCH

STRUCK POWDER FLASK FROM EZRA CHURCH

Bottom portion of a powder flask that appears to have been hit on one side tearing off the top section. Small "EC" (Ezra Church) painted on side. Ezra Church was one of the battles in the Atlanta… (R18513). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $167.50

PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE & RELICS - KENNESAW MTN, GA

PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE & RELICS - KENNESAW MTN, GA

Cartridge box plate has both hooks intact but bent. Front of plate is bent at the bottom and has a nice light brown patina. Relics include two dropped Union bullets, three fired Enfield bullets, two… (R17417). Learn More »

$300.00
Originally $495.00

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

Recovered from North Carolina camp on Mummasburg Rd., Gettysburg. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR… (R17605). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $195.00

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

Recovered from woods at farm near North Carolina monument, Gettysburg. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR… (R17599). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $195.00

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

Recovered from farm near North Carolina monument, Gettysburg. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY… (R17580). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $145.00

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

Recovered from North Carolina camp on the Mummasburg Rd., Gettysburg. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR… (R17547). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $195.00

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

Recovered on the Mummasburg Road, Gettysburg. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM. FOR OUR… (R17536). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $195.00

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

Recovered from farm near North Carolina Monument, Gettysburg. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY… (R17525). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $195.00

EARLY 19TH CENTURY HORSE BIT - GETTYSBURG

EARLY 19TH CENTURY HORSE BIT - GETTYSBURG

From a Gettysburg area farm sale. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM. FOR OUR POLICIES AND… (M19079). Learn More »

$95.00
Originally $139.50

MID-19TH CENTURY SNAFFLE BIT / LEATHER HEADSTALL FROM THE ECKERT - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

MID-19TH CENTURY SNAFFLE BIT / LEATHER HEADSTALL FROM THE ECKERT - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

Once part of the famous Eckert - Rosensteel Civil War collection of Gettysburg, PA, this equestrian artifact is an original and complete heavy-duty, side-pull snaffle bit ensemble connected to its… (M16600). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $495.00

TIN HORN RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

TIN HORN RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This is a relic condition tin horn from the Gettysburg battlefield. It measures 14-inches in length and tapers to a 1 ½ inch diameter. This was obtained from the Eckert - Rosensteel Gettysburg… (M16583). Learn More »

$200.00
Originally $395.00

RELIC US 4.52 IN. 12LB SPHERICAL SHOT

RELIC US 4.52 IN. 12LB SPHERICAL SHOT

Fired from a 12-pounder 4.52" caliber smoothbore gun. Recovery location unknown. Moderate to heavy surface rust and pitting. This item was part of a private collection, the contents of which were… (R15806). Learn More »

$175.00
Originally $200.00

RARE EXAMPLE OF A CONFEDERATE CONVERSION OF A SCHENKL SHELL

RARE EXAMPLE OF A CONFEDERATE CONVERSION OF A SCHENKL SHELL

This rare projectile began life as a Federal Schenkl shell. At some point it was captured by the Confederates and sent to an arsenal where the original papier-mâché sabot was replaced by a wooden… (727-288). Learn More »

BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD LOCKPLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD LOCKPLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

This is a near complete lockplate from a Pattern 1853 British Enfield rifle musket. Scattered over the lock is a very light coat of surface rust. Just visible behind the hammer is the British crown… (410-50). Learn More »

U.S. 3” TYPE-2 HOTCHKISS COMMON SHELL

U.S. 3” TYPE-2 HOTCHKISS COMMON SHELL

Produced by the Federal Ordnance Department, this artillery round is a fired, Type 2, three-inch Hotchkiss percussion shell in good condition. Projectile body retains its base cup, its lead sabot band… (727-301). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3” SMOOTH LONG READ COMMON SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3” SMOOTH LONG READ COMMON SHELL

This artillery artifact is a Confederate 3”, 10 pound Read-pattern projectile often referred to as a Smooth Long Read Common Shell. The dug specimen is in very good complete condition. The ten-pound… (727-111). Learn More »

HOTCHKISS SHELL RECOVERED IN THE AREA OF CITY POINT / JAMES RIVER

HOTCHKISS SHELL RECOVERED IN THE AREA OF CITY POINT / JAMES RIVER

This unfired Hotchkiss shell is still encased in dried mud from the James River. The mud is present at both the top and bottom however, the area of the sabot has been cleaned so it can be viewed. The… (M23385). Learn More »

EXCAVATED, FEDERAL 10-POUND TYPE III PARROTT SHELL

EXCAVATED, FEDERAL 10-POUND TYPE III PARROTT SHELL

Here is an excavated Civil War Federal 3” field artillery projectile often referred to as a ten-pound Parrott Type III shell. In good excavated condition, the cylindrical shaped projectile measures… (727-97). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3” SMOOTH LONG READ COMMON SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3” SMOOTH LONG READ COMMON SHELL

This artillery artifact is a Confederate three-inch Read-pattern projectile often referred to as a Smooth Long Read Common Shell. The dug specimen is in very good complete condition. The ten-pound… (727-203). Learn More »

U.S. 3” TYPE-2 HOTCHKISS COMMON SHELL

U.S. 3” TYPE-2 HOTCHKISS COMMON SHELL

Produced by the Federal Ordnance Department, here is a fired, Type 2, 3.67” Hotchkiss percussion shell in excellent condition.  Conical projectile is complete and retains its base cup, lead sabot,… (727-264). Learn More »

DROPPED .58 MINIE BALL WITH SWAGE MARK IN BASE - GETTYSBURG

DROPPED .58 MINIE BALL WITH SWAGE MARK IN BASE - GETTYSBURG

Nice dropped condition .58 minie ball with visible swage mark in base. Item was recovered in Reynolds' Woods by the late John Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel family… (173-1313). Learn More »

FIRED .58 MINIE BALL FROM GETTYSBURG .44 PISTOL BULLET - GETTYSBURG

FIRED .58 MINIE BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

Nice fired condition .58 minie ball. Item was recovered in Reynolds' Woods by the late John Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel family collection. PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR A SPECIFIC… (173-1309). Learn More »

FIRED US 3.67-INCH SAWYER BOLT

FIRED US 3.67-INCH SAWYER BOLT

Conical shaped shell with iron nose and intact lead sabot. One side of the sabot displays lands and groves from being fired. The sabot surface also displays 3 or 4 gouges. The bottom is stamped with a… (727-200). Learn More »

US 3.67 INCH SAWYER SHELL

US 3.67 INCH SAWYER SHELL

This is a fired example. The shell body has six iron flanges under the lead jacket. These flanges were meant to align with the rifling in the bore of the cannon. Over these flanges is a tall lead… (727-290). Learn More »

REVOLUTIONARY WAR 9LB SOLID SHOT - FORT ETHAN ALLEN

REVOLUTIONARY WAR 9LB SOLID SHOT - FORT ETHAN ALLEN

The body of this 9-lb solid shot has been lightly cleaned but still retains some light surface rust. Attached to one side is a small paper label that has browned with age. The label reads “FT. ETHAN… (M23388). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR, 4.52” U.S. 12-POUND SPHERICAL SOLID SHOT

CIVIL WAR, 4.52” U.S. 12-POUND SPHERICAL SOLID SHOT

This Federal spherical solid shot specimen is an original Civil War artillery projectile that was recovered from the Spotsylvania Court House area. In very good-plus overall relic condition, the… (172-3208). Learn More »

SECTION OF 3 INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM

SECTION OF 3 INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM

This large fragment of a US 3-inch Hotchkiss shell includes the base cup and half of the nose. When the shell was fired the sabot blew off and upon detonation only the top of the shell ruptured.… (678-191). Learn More »

$495.00
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US/CS 4.52 INCH 12LB SPHERICAL SHOT

US/CS 4.52 INCH 12LB SPHERICAL SHOT

The body of this shot has been cleaned of heavy rust but much light rust remains. It is pitted throughout and exhibits small amounts of material loss. Area of recovery is… (490-405). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 4.52 SPHERICAL SHELL WITH ORIGINAL FUSE PLUG

CONFEDERATE 4.52 SPHERICAL SHELL WITH ORIGINAL FUSE PLUG

The original wood fuse plug still remains in the fuse hole of this Confederate spherical shell. The body of the shell is pitted and heavily rusted but it can easily be cleaned with some zinc, water… (727-165). Learn More »

HALF OF EYE-GLASS CASE RECOVERED ON VIRGINIA BATTLEFIELD

HALF OF EYE-GLASS CASE RECOVERED ON VIRGINIA BATTLEFIELD

Elliptical half case made of brass used for holding a pair of eyeglasses. All that is known about this piece is that it came with a large number of relics recovered on the Seven Day’s Battlefields… (R19833). Learn More »

RELIC CONDITION CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

RELIC CONDITION CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

This Pattern 1839 oval US cartridge box plate has seen better days. The edges of the plate are completely gone. The letters “US” are present and readable but cracks run vertically and horizontally… (R19832). Learn More »

GROUP OF FOUR VALVE COVERS FROM MUSICAL INSTRUMENT

GROUP OF FOUR VALVE COVERS FROM MUSICAL INSTRUMENT

These four brass pieces are valve covers off of a musical instrument of the Civil War period. An old typed tag that comes with the items reads “MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS VALVE COVERS-WINTER CAMPSITE… (R19853). Learn More »

SKIN FROM US PLATE RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

SKIN FROM US PLATE RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

This is the skin only of a Pattern 1839 oval US belt or cartridge box plate. Half of the letter “U” is gone and there are freeze cracks around the edges.  Reverse has no lead whatsoever. Old… (R19815). Learn More »

ORDNANCE CORPS BUTTON FROM AREA OF THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN

ORDNANCE CORPS BUTTON FROM AREA OF THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN

(Tice ORD200B3, Albert’s OC3) Button size is approx. 21mm. Face is dark. Device has crossed cannons below a bursting bomb. One cannon barrel has a “U” while the “S” on the other barrel is… (R19525). Learn More »

DROPPED STAR IN BASE .58 MINIE BALLS FROM GETTYSBURG

DROPPED STAR IN BASE .58 MINIE BALLS FROM GETTYSBURG

These dropped condition .58 Minie balls are in nice condition and all have a visible star at the base of the cavity. These bullets were once part of the well-known Rosensteel family collection of… (173-1256). Learn More »

IRON “O” RINGS FROM GETTYSBURG

IRON “O” RINGS FROM GETTYSBURG

Rusted iron “O” ring as found on horse harness and horse bits. The rust has been stabilized and coated with lacquer. This item was once part of the well-known Rosensteel family collection of… (173-1253). Learn More »

EXTREMELY RARE CONFEDERATE RUSHTON BOLT

EXTREMELY RARE CONFEDERATE RUSHTON BOLT

This iron bolt meas. approx. 2.25 inches in diameter. The surface is smooth and lightly discolored. There are two deep horizontal grooves cut into the iron and the base is slightly concave. The nose… (727-367). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3.3 INCH READ SHELL WITH HIGH BAND SABOT

CONFEDERATE 3.3 INCH READ SHELL WITH HIGH BAND SABOT

The body of this shell is severely pitted throughout but has kept its shape. The upper bourrelet has faded some but is still visible. The nose still retains the copper fuse plug which is in good… (727-109). Learn More »

US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM WHITE OAK SWAMP

US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM WHITE OAK SWAMP

The face of this Pattern 1839 oval cartridge plate has a nice dark patina with light scattered discoloration. The upper edge of the plate just above the letter “S” has what looks to be some thin… (R19910). Learn More »

AUSTRIAN MUSKET TOOL FROM THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

AUSTRIAN MUSKET TOOL FROM THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

This is a “Y” shaped tool with a screw driver blade, a punch and nipple wrench. The item is covered in rust but would clean up if done properly. Despite the rust the item is solid. This item was… (173-1231). Learn More »

RELIC COLT M1855 ROOT REVOLVER

RELIC COLT M1855 ROOT REVOLVER

Recovered at “Varina” Plantation, VA. Side hammer revolver intact, missing only its grips. Plum colored rust patina, with clear lacquer finish to one side, but no flaking. Attractive relic display… (R19679). Learn More »

“VIRGINIA PATTERN” CONFEDERATE 3 INCH READ SHELL

“VIRGINIA PATTERN” CONFEDERATE 3 INCH READ SHELL

The body of this shell has heavy to severe pitting with some material loss but its shape is true to the pattern and both the upper and lower bourrelets are visible despite some scale type rust. The… (727-104). Learn More »

3-INCH SHELL OF THE ABSTERDAM PATTERN

3-INCH SHELL OF THE ABSTERDAM PATTERN

Very nice conditioned shell in unfired condition. The body is clean and smooth as are the upper and lower lead sabots. The bottom of the sabot is nicely stamped with “PATENTED & CO AUGUST 12,… (727-187). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE GRAVE SITE GROUPING FROM THE FREDERICKSBURG BATTLEFIELD

CONFEDERATE GRAVE SITE GROUPING FROM THE FREDERICKSBURG BATTLEFIELD

This unusual and rare grouping of artifacts is from a makeshift or temporary, unknown grave site is of a North Carolina soldier who perished during the battle at Fredericksburg, Virginia. Included in… (173-1293). Learn More »

COAT BUTTON - 2ND US INFANTRY, 1798-1808

COAT BUTTON - 2ND US INFANTRY, 1798-1808

Recovered at Fort Dearborn, MS.  Made of pewter, measuring .75” in diameter. Face stamped “United States / 2”. Clear, legible lettering & number. Light corrosion, but clean. Missing reverse… (R20325). Learn More »

US DYER 4.5 INCH SHELL

US DYER 4.5 INCH SHELL

Complete nice looking shell. The iron nose surface is mostly smooth with some very light surface pitting and rust. Should clean up easily. The lead cup sabot is also in very nice shape and exhibits 9… (727-219). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3.25 INCH READ BOLT

CONFEDERATE 3.25 INCH READ BOLT

The surface of this bolt has light pitting throughout that gets heavier as it moves toward the nose. In this area it would be considered severe with minor material loss. The pitting does not distort… (727-318). Learn More »

BRITISH 3.5 PRESTON OR BLAKELY SHELL WITH REPLACED FUSE

BRITISH 3.5 PRESTON OR BLAKELY SHELL WITH REPLACED FUSE

The body of this shell is in good cleaned condition with only light surface pitting scattered throughout. The body has 6 raised vertical inclined flanges to fit the bore of the Blakely rifle which… (727-261). Learn More »

SECTION OF SWORD SCABBARD FROM WHITE OAK SWAMP

SECTION OF SWORD SCABBARD FROM WHITE OAK SWAMP

This brass scabbard section meas. approx. 6.25 inches long. One side is engraved with a scalloped edge design. The reverse is blank. Small old paper label attached to one side reads “SCABBARD WHITE… (R19485). Learn More »

U.S. 3” TYPE-2 HOTCHKISS COMMON SHELL

U.S. 3” TYPE-2 HOTCHKISS COMMON SHELL

Produced by the Federal Ordnance Department, here is a fired Type 2 Hotchkiss percussion shell in very good plus condition complete with its base cup, lead sabot, and the its brass time fuse adapter… (5-82). Learn More »

CAVALRY BIT CURB CHAIN FROM GETTYSBURG

CAVALRY BIT CURB CHAIN FROM GETTYSBURG

Chain looks to be full length. It is heavily encrusted with rust but is pliable except for one kink. One end still has the hook. This item was recovered by the late John Cullison on East Cavalry Field… (173-658). Learn More »

WATERING BIT FROM COLD HARBOR

WATERING BIT FROM COLD HARBOR

This watering bit is a little larger than those normally encountered. The main spar meas. approx. 6.50 inches long with iron “O” rings that meas. approx. 3.25 inches across. All surfaces are… (173-211). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1851 OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE FROM THE GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

US PATTERN 1851 OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE FROM THE GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

Rectangular plate with spread winged eagle at center. Nice raised laurel wreath and good detail to eagle. Half of bottom edge is missing. Back is missing tongue and has a museum accession… (173-1200). Learn More »

US 3.4 INCH HOTCHKISS NAVY BOLT

US 3.4 INCH HOTCHKISS NAVY BOLT

This bolt is in very nice unfired condition. The surface of the bolt is very smooth with only very light pitting throughout. The lead band sabot is smooth with no signs of having been fired. The base… (727-124). Learn More »

“VIRGINIA PATTERN” CONFEDERATE 3 INCH READ SHELL

“VIRGINIA PATTERN” CONFEDERATE 3 INCH READ SHELL

The body of this shell has heavy to light pitting with small amounts of material loss on the nose. There is also light surface rust throughout. Both the upper and lower bourrelets are visible. The… (727-337). Learn More »

FLOWER TYPE BRASS BUTTON

FLOWER TYPE BRASS BUTTON

A dug specimen of a civilian coat button circa 1820-1840 recovered from Heth’s division, first day site Gettysburg. One piece construction with shank (Bent over) some minor amounts of gilt remaining… (173-558). Learn More »

EYEGLASS LENS FROM UNION WINTER CAMP

EYEGLASS LENS FROM UNION WINTER CAMP

Rather square eyeglass lens that meas. approx. 1.75 x 0.75 inches. The glass is in good condition just discolored from years in the ground. Typed label with the item reads “EYEGLASS LENS- CAMPSITE… (R19783). Learn More »

US NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN WITH GETTYSBURG CONNECTION

US NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN WITH GETTYSBURG CONNECTION

US Model 1858 smooth-side canteen in fair condition. One side is severely dented while the other has a moderate sized dent at center. Both sides have residue of gold paint and rust. Visible on one… (173-652). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3.67 INCH 6 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL WITH COPY OF BORMANN FUSE

CONFEDERATE 3.67 INCH 6 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL WITH COPY OF BORMANN FUSE

Complete 6-inch spherical shell with moderate to severe pitting with some surface material loss and light rust. About 60% of the original finish remains but this is crackled and chipped. Base has… (727-103). Learn More »

US/CS 2.6 INCH RIFLE CANISTER ROUND

US/CS 2.6 INCH RIFLE CANISTER ROUND

This is a very rare canister round meant for use in the Wiard rifle. The tin body is in excellent condition and is nicely and firmly crimped over the top plate. The bottom is still securely anchored… (727-106). Learn More »

US 3 INCH HOTCHKISS CANISTER ROUND

US 3 INCH HOTCHKISS CANISTER ROUND

Very nice tight, clean, example of a 3 inch Hotchkiss canister round. The sides of the tin body are free from dings and dents. The top is nicely crimped around an iron plate and the bottom has a lead… (727-365). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 2.65-INCH READ SHELL

CONFEDERATE 2.65-INCH READ SHELL

This unfired example has a smooth iron body with a copper sabot at bottom. Despite visible lathe lines on the body there is no dimple in the base as is often seen. At the top of the body, just before… (727-192). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED, EXCAVATED PEWTER MATCH BOX RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA – GAVIN COLLECTION

IDENTIFIED, EXCAVATED PEWTER MATCH BOX RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA - GAVIN COLLECTION

This relic pewter matchbox was excavated from the area of Loudon Heights in Virginia by well-known relic hunter Bill Gavin. Once part of his collection, this small, ribbed, cylindrical relic box… (601-529). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3-INCH MULLANE/TENNESSEE SHELL WITH REMAINS OF FUSE PLUG

CONFEDERATE 3-INCH MULLANE/TENNESSEE SHELL WITH REMAINS OF FUSE PLUG

The body of this shell has moderate pitting and light rust with heavy pitting and some light material loss in the area of the nose above the upper bourrelet. The lower portion has the copper sabot,… (727-265). Learn More »

PORTION OF A M1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM A VIRGINIA C.S. CAMP  – GAVIN COLLECTION

PORTION OF A M1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM A VIRGINIA C.S. CAMP - GAVIN COLLECTION

This cut down relic of a Federal regulation M1826 eagle breast plate was recovered from a Confederate winter camp called ‘Santee’ in Virginia by renowned relic hunter Bill Gavin. The brass portion… (601-617). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 4.52” SPHERICAL SHELL WITH ORIGINAL IRON FUSE PLUG

CONFEDERATE 4.52” SPHERICAL SHELL WITH ORIGINAL IRON FUSE PLUG

The body of this shell is lightly pitted overall with some areas having a little heavier concentration. There is also some light rust. Much of the original surface finish remains. The fuse hole still… (727-256). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3.5-INCH SAWYER SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3.5-INCH SAWYER SHELL

The body of this shell is almost completely covered by the lead sabot which is in good fired condition. The sabot is complete except for a chip out of the top edge that meas. approx. 2.00 x 1.50… (727-299). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CLIPPED CORNER PLATE FROM THE WILDERNESS

CONFEDERATE CLIPPED CORNER PLATE FROM THE WILDERNESS

Plain brass clipped corner plate meas. approx. 2.50 inches long x 1.75 inches wide. The face and back have a nice dark patina with some light discoloration from ground action on the front. It is a… (173-636). Learn More »

$395.00
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US MODEL 1808 CARTRIDGE BOX FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

US MODEL 1808 CARTRIDGE BOX FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

This Model 1808 cartridge box is in relic condition. The box is complete except for the wood block which held the cartridges. The leather of the box is very dry and stiff and has a good bit of surface… (173-624). Learn More »

WREATH SECTION OF TWO PIECE CS PLATE RECOVERED AT MALVERN HILL

WREATH SECTION OF TWO PIECE CS PLATE RECOVERED AT MALVERN HILL

This is the wreath section only of a two piece CS plate that was recovered at Malvern Hill. The surface has green discoloration over a light patina which causes the details of the wreath to stand out.… (173-635). Learn More »

RELIC CONDITION, EARLY 19TH CENTURY, BRASS-MOUNTED EAGLE HEAD OFFICER’S SWORD WITH COUNTERGUARD AND SCABBARD REMAINS

RELIC CONDITION, EARLY 19TH CENTURY, BRASS-MOUNTED EAGLE HEAD OFFICER’S SWORD WITH COUNTERGUARD AND SCABBARD REMAINS

Here, in relic condition, is an ‘Eagle head’ sword specimen, circa 1820-1830, likely made for the American market. Official regulations in 1821 through 1825 called for infantry officer swords to… (172-3257). Learn More »

$295.00
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US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE SKIN FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE SKIN FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

This is the stamped brass skin only. No lead fill or hooks on back. Overall in nice shape. Good detail on eagle. Museum accession number on back. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH… (173-625). Learn More »

FRUIT/RATION CAN RECOVERED AT PETERSBURG

FRUIT/RATION CAN RECOVERED AT PETERSBURG

Tin ration can measures approximately 4.00 inches tall by 3.00 inches across.  Body is encrusted with rust and has three pencil eraser sized holes on one side.  Top cut open.  Despite the rust can… (173-218). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM ROSENSTEEL GETTYSBURG COLLECTION

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM ROSENSTEEL GETTYSBURG COLLECTION

Face has light patina and some discoloration. Back has 100% lead fill, no hooks and museum number. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE,… (M21345). Learn More »

BURNSIDE LOCKPLATE RECOVERED FROM PICKETT'S MILL, GA

BURNSIDE LOCKPLATE RECOVERED FROM PICKETT'S MILL, GA

This Burnside carbine lockplate measures 6.5 inches with its hammer. The original digger's typed tag reads "Burnside Carbine Dug at Pickett's Mill Near Battle of New Hope Church, Georgia. Area where… (R19903). Learn More »

HEAD OF A BLACKSMITH’S HAMMER

HEAD OF A BLACKSMITH’S HAMMER

This dug-condition hammer head was recovered in Spotsylvania County, VA in June 1974. It includes the original, typed digger's tag which is still attached.  The tag also reads “____er –… (R19799). Learn More »

BRITISH 53RD REGIMENT OF FOOT BUTTON - REVOLUTIONARY WAR

BRITISH 53RD REGIMENT OF FOOT BUTTON - REVOLUTIONARY WAR

Relic condition.  Shank broken off.   Location of recovery unknown. The 53rd was raised in 1755 as the 55th but was renumbered in 1757 to the 53rd. The regiment would see its first action when it… (622-94). Learn More »

$300.00
Originally $400.00

BRITISH 16TH REGIMENT OF FOOT BUTTON - REVOLUTIONARY WAR

BRITISH 16TH REGIMENT OF FOOT BUTTON - REVOLUTIONARY WAR

In relic condition.  Location of recovery unknown. The regiment sailed to Florida in 1767, establishing a headquarters at Pensacola with detachments in various areas of the territory. When… (622-92). Learn More »

$225.00
Originally $275.00

24TH CORPS BADGE, RECOVERED AT BERMUDA HUNDRED, VA

24TH CORPS BADGE, RECOVERED AT BERMUDA HUNDRED, VA

Brass heart, meas. 1" in dia. Missing soldered, on reverse side, but hooks missing. Brass tarnished w/age spots on both sides. The Federal 24th Corps was created Dec. 3, 1864 & was composed of… (R9201). Learn More »

$200.00
Originally $295.00

US/CS 6-POUND 3.67 SPHERICAL SHOT RECOVERED AT SAVAGE STATION

US/CS 6-POUND 3.67 SPHERICAL SHOT RECOVERED AT SAVAGE STATION

The body of this shot is covered in rust with light to moderate pitting throughout its surface. There is a darker area where the pitting is heaviest that shows a little material loss. This round was… (R20100). Learn More »

US/CS 6-POUND 3.67 SPHERICAL SHOT RECOVERED AT SAVAGE STATION

US/CS 6-POUND 3.67 SPHERICAL SHOT RECOVERED AT SAVAGE STATION

The body of this shot is covered in rust with light to moderate pitting throughout its surface. This round was meant for use in a 6lb gun or Mountain howitzer. The battle of Savage Station was one of… (R20101). Learn More »

WOOD SALVAGED FROM THE CUMBERLAND AND THE CSS VIRGINIA

WOOD SALVAGED FROM THE CUMBERLAND AND THE CSS VIRGINIA

The Cumberland sailed into Hampton Roads and took up station as a blockader. She served as one several ships of the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron until 8 March 1862. The sloop-of-war engaged… (M23377). Learn More »

FRUIT/RATION CAN RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA COURT HOUSE

FRUIT/RATION CAN RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA COURT HOUSE

Tin ration can measures approximately 4.00 inches tall by 3.00 inches across.  Body is encrusted with rust.  Top cut open.  Despite the rust can is solid. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (173-219). Learn More »

RELIC MODEL 1861 LOCKPLATE

RELIC MODEL 1861 LOCKPLATE

Item is in good relic condition. The lock is for a Model 1861 musket and appears to be complete except for the mainspring. The hammer is frozen in the half-cock position. All rust has been removed and… (475-133). Learn More »

$145.00
Originally $175.00

WOOD FROM THE GALLOWS THAT HUNG THE LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS

WOOD FROM THE GALLOWS THAT HUNG THE LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS

The Execution of the Conspirators. On July 7, 1865 Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herland and George Atzerodt were hanged from a wooden scaffold in the yard of the Old Arsenal Penitentiary in… (M22757). Learn More »

PICKET PIN RECOVERED AT APPOMATTOX

PICKET PIN RECOVERED AT APPOMATTOX

Full-length picket pin missing the tie ring from the top. There is surface rust throughout and some discoloration. The point has some dents to it from hitting hard objects while being used. The head… (R20134). Learn More »

POST-CIVIL WAR MASONIC PLATE RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA – GAVIN COLLECTION

POST-CIVIL WAR MASONIC PLATE RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA – GAVIN COLLECTION

Cast brass rectangular sword belt plate from the collection of the late Bill Gavin. This plate was found in 1940 by another relic hunter and purchased by Mr. Gavin. The plate has a cross at center… (601-73). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SPUR RECOVERED FROM SAVAGE’S STATION

CONFEDERATE SPUR RECOVERED FROM SAVAGE’S STATION

Confederate “RICHMOND” Pattern spur. The item is made completely of brass. The yoke is just a thick piece of brass that has been flattened and bent into a “U” shape with two horizontal slits… (R20099). Learn More »

$365.00
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CS "RICHMOND" PATTERN SPUR RECOVERED FROM SAVAGE STATION, VIRGINIA

CS "RICHMOND" PATTERN SPUR RECOVERED FROM SAVAGE STATION, VIRGINIA

This spur measures 6 inches long and 3.5 inches wide at the boot opening. The rowel is missing and the bent neck exhibits some rusting of the mechanics. Overall a nice dark green patina with some… (R20098). Learn More »

COLT M1860 ARMY REVOLVER SN 130880, WITH HOLSTER

COLT M1860 ARMY REVOLVER SN 130880, WITH HOLSTER

This is an interesting relic condition Colt 1860 Army Revolver. The gun is pitted and the action does not work. It is missing one of the side grip-pieces. Though the serial numbers are obscured on the… (172-2909). Learn More »

SHARPS RIFLE BULLET MOLD

SHARPS RIFLE BULLET MOLD

Relic condition. .52 caliber, M1859-63-65 carbines & rifles. Iron, scissor-handled mold, measuring 8.75” in length, 1” in width at mold-base. Exhibits surface pitting, cleaned, with bright… (236-79). Learn More »

SMITH PATENT SHOULDER STRAP FRAME FROM US CAMP IN VIRGINIA – GAVIN COLLECTION

SMITH PATENT SHOULDER STRAP FRAME FROM US CAMP IN VIRGINIA – GAVIN COLLECTION

Relic condition but complete false embroidered stamped brass frame from a Smith Patent shoulder strap. This particular example was dug by the late Bill Gavin on Hansborough Ridge near Stevensburg,… (601-304). Learn More »

SECTION OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENT FROM SPOTSYLVANIA – GAVIN COLLECTION

SECTION OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENT FROM SPOTSYLVANIA – GAVIN COLLECTION

Fluted brass section that meas. approx. 3.00 inches long on one end and tapers to 0.75 of an inch on the other. The item appears to be the bell of some kind of horn. The piece has been flattened by… (601-857). Learn More »

PIECE OF INFANTRY INSIGNIA - GAVIN COLLECTION

PIECE OF INFANTRY INSIGNIA - GAVIN COLLECTION

This is the bell section of a stamped brass Infantry hunting horn insignia. The late Bill Gavin dug this item in a US camp on Hansborough Ridge near Stevensburg, VA. This item is from the collection… (601-310). Learn More »

RELIC 5TH CORPS BADGE

RELIC 5TH CORPS BADGE

Made of iron, with original stick pin saudered on reverse. Measures 1and 5/16” per side. Exhibits dark patina with pitting & scuffing on obverse. Else vg, & solid. Location of recovery… (713-15). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND AT HANSBOROUGH RIDGE IN THE 2ND CORPS AREA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND AT HANSBOROUGH RIDGE IN THE 2ND CORPS AREA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Belt plate recovered in the 2nd Corps area at Hansborough Ridge near Stevensburg, VA. Arrow hooks and part of the tongue are present. Face has a soiled light brown patina.  Shows discoloration caused… (601-306). Learn More »

SECTION OF CONFEDERATE TWO PIECE CS PLATE FROM COLD HARBOR

SECTION OF CONFEDERATE TWO PIECE CS PLATE FROM COLD HARBOR

This is only the wreath section of a Virginia Pattern sword belt plate. The surface has a nice patina with a slight greenish hue. Small amounts of gilt can still be discerned, mostly on the keeper.… (601-505). Learn More »

LARGE GETTYSBURG RELIC BOARD

LARGE GETTYSBURG RELIC BOARD

This board has been in a private collection for sometime and originally came from one of the Allentown, PA GAR Halls. The board meas. approx. 5.75 inches wide x 1.75 inches thick and is 26.75 inches… (172-2770). Learn More »

EYEGLASS CASE RECOVERED FROM SEVEN DAYS BATTLEFIELD

EYEGLASS CASE RECOVERED FROM SEVEN DAYS BATTLEFIELD

This piece of an eyeglass case measures 3.75 inches long by 1.25 inches wide. It includes some of its original cloth. The original digger's typed tag incorrectly identifies the item as a "Brass… (R19833). Learn More »

BATTLE DAMAGED PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND AT FUSSELL’S MILL, VA. - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

BATTLE DAMAGED PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND AT FUSSELL’S MILL, VA. - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Belt plate recovered at in August, 1964 at Fussell’s Mill, VA. Arrow hooks and the tongue present on reverse. Face has a soiled light brown patina. Shows discoloration caused by ground action. Has a… (601-256). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED FROM SPOTSYLVANIA - GAVIN COLLECTION

PATTERN 1839 US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED FROM SPOTSYLVANIA - GAVIN COLLECTION

The face of this plate has a spotty brown patina with some areas of discoloration caused by ground action. The detail on the face and edges are still very visible. Reverse has 95% of the lead fill.… (601-591). Learn More »

SKIN OF A PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND AT STEVENSBURG, VA - GAVIN COLLECTION

SKIN OF A PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND AT STEVENSBURG, VA - GAVIN COLLECTION

Belt plate recovered at Hansborough Ridge in the 2nd Corps area near Stevensburg.. Arrow hooks and part of the tongue are present. Face has a soiled light brown patina.  Shows discoloration caused by… (601-307). Learn More »

RELIC COLT GANG MOLD RECOVERED FROM THE COLT FACTORY

RELIC COLT GANG MOLD RECOVERED FROM THE COLT FACTORY

This is a 6-cavity .44 Caliber Colt pistol mold. Though heavily rusted the mold opens. This relic was recovered at the area of the fire at the Colt factory in Hartford Conn.,… (236-81). Learn More »

19th CENTURY FOLDING MEASURING STICK

19th CENTURY FOLDING MEASURING STICK

Relic artifact of a folding measuring stick with remaining fragments of the original wood inserts still showing some of the measurement markings. This brass framed stick still unfolds out to its… (37-276). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE SKIN RECOVERED FROM THE 2ND CORPS POSITION ,WILDERNESS, VA – GAVIN COLLECTION

PATTERN 1839 US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE SKIN RECOVERED FROM THE 2ND CORPS POSITION ,WILDERNESS, VA – GAVIN COLLECTION

The face of this plate has a dark brown patina with some areas of discoloration caused by ground action. The detail on the face and edges are still visible. Reverse has no lead fill. Has a hole on the… (601-683). Learn More »

FIRED .69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

FIRED .69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

Has some damage from being fired.  Found on private property between Culp's Hill and Wolf's Hill by local Gettysburg resident Ken Bream.   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH… (R19398). Learn More »

FIRED .69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

FIRED .69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

Has some damage from being fired.  Found on private property between Culp's Hill and Wolf's Hill by local Gettysburg resident Ken Bream.   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH… (R19397). Learn More »

BATTLE DAMAGED PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND AT FAIRFAX STATION, VA - GAVIN COLLECTION

BATTLE DAMAGED PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND AT FAIRFAX STATION, VA - GAVIN COLLECTION

Belt plate recovered at Fairfax Station on March 1, 1958. Arrow hooks and part of the tongue is on the back. Face has a soiled dark brown patina. Shows discoloration around of the edges caused by… (601-255). Learn More »

COLLECTION OF 22 LATE 18TH CENTURY/ EARLY 19TH BUTTONS

COLLECTION OF 22 LATE 18TH CENTURY/ EARLY 19TH BUTTONS

Various size (13 Coat & 9 Cuff) excavated pewter/ tombac & brass plain face civilian clothing buttons. Three are of brass and have their shanks; one is back marked with “Double Gilt No 2”.… (30-1712). Learn More »

MODEL 1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE FROM THE GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

MODEL 1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE FROM THE GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

For some unknown reason this plate has been trimmed. All the way around the edge has been cut back close to the “US.” There are some freeze cracks along the edges but nothing major. The back of… (M21533). Learn More »

BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE BUTTPLATE – GAVIN COLLECTION

BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE BUTTPLATE – GAVIN COLLECTION

This Enfield Pattern 1853 buttplate was found at Halltown, West Virginia, near Harper’s Ferry. It has a tape tag attached upon which is handwritten, “HALLTOWN, W.VA. ’69”. This item is from… (601-671). Learn More »

US MODEL 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE PATCHBOX RECOVERED FROM FREDERICKSBURG VA

US MODEL 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE PATCHBOX RECOVERED FROM FREDERICKSBURG VA

This patchbox cover from an 1841 Mississippi rifle measures 6 inches long and 1.25 inches wide. The original digger's typed tag reads "Model 1841 .58 Caliber Percussion Rifle Butt Plate, Patch Box… (R19505). Learn More »

CIRCA 1812-15 BUTTON RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

CIRCA 1812-15 BUTTON RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Dug condition button from the early 19th century found at Gettysburg. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR… (458-284). Learn More »

BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE BUTTPLATE – GAVIN COLLECTION

BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE BUTTPLATE – GAVIN COLLECTION

This 1853 pattern buttplate was found at Halltown, West Virginia, near Harper’s Ferry. It has a tape tag upon which is handwritten, 'HALLTOWN, W.VA. ’69'.  "HALL / TOWN" also handwritten on the… (601-392). Learn More »

FIRED WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET, TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

FIRED WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET, TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

Holds most of it shape, flattened in nose area.  Found on private property between Culp's Hill and Wolf's Hill by local Gettysburg resident Ken Bream. PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR A SPECIFIC… (R19390). Learn More »

FIRED WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET, TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

FIRED WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET, TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

Slightly misshapen.  Found on private property between Culp's Hill and Wolf's Hill by local Gettysburg resident Ken Bream. PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR A SPECIFIC… (R19389). Learn More »

FIRED WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET, TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

FIRED WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET, TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

Flattened on one side; rings and stub are still visible.  Found on private property between Culp's Hill and Wolf's Hill by local Gettysburg resident Ken Bream. PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR A SPECIFIC… (R19388). Learn More »

FIRED WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET, TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

FIRED WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET, TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

Flattened on one side; rings and stub are still visible.  Found on private property between Culp's Hill and Wolf's Hill by local Gettysburg resident Ken Bream. PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR A SPECIFIC… (R19387). Learn More »

US CAVALRY CURRY COMB - RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA

US CAVALRY CURRY COMB - RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA

This cavalry currycomb with heavy surface rust and pitting was recovered in Virginia. Measures 7.5" length total with a 5" by 4" comb.   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL… (344-1520). Learn More »

CS FUSE ADAPTER FROM SHIELDS MUSEUM

CS FUSE ADAPTER FROM SHIELDS MUSEUM

This item is the remains of a CS fuse adapter. It was featured in the Shields Museum in Gettysburg. With a light brown patina, this adapter measures approximately 4" long and is made of brass. The… (7-3425). Learn More »

FLATTENED ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

FLATTENED ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

This was made into a poker chip or checker.  Found on private property between Culp's Hill and Wolf's Hill by local Gettysburg resident Ken Bream.   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (R19384). Learn More »

FIRED US .58 CAL. MINIE BALL - GETTYSBURG

FIRED US .58 CAL. MINIE BALL - GETTYSBURG

Flattened though with rings visible. Found on private property between Culp's Hill and Wolf's Hill by local Gettysburg resident Ken Bream. PLEASE DO NOT REQUEST A SPECIFIC BULLET. … (R19375). Learn More »

DUG THREE PIECE NEW YORK COAT BUTTON

DUG THREE PIECE NEW YORK COAT BUTTON

Good condition with no pushes or dents. Some gilt remains on the front. Back has shank and “EXTRA QUALITY” backmark. Location of recovery is unknown. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM,… (R19213). Learn More »

ARTILLERY GUNNER'S HAMMER HEAD RECOVERED FROM SEVEN DAYS FIGHT

ARTILLERY GUNNER'S HAMMER HEAD RECOVERED FROM SEVEN DAYS FIGHT

This hammer head recovered in Richmond, Virginia measures 2.5 inches long. The original digger's typed tag reads "Gunner's Hammer Seven Days Battlefields Richmond, Va.… (R19702). Learn More »

PARTS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RECOVERED FROM CS CAMP, CAROLINE COUNTY, VA

PARTS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RECOVERED FROM CS CAMP, CAROLINE COUNTY, VA

This grouping features five relic brass pieces to musical instruments. It is uncertain whether they are all part of the same instrument. One piece is a valve that measures .75 diameter and nearly 2… (R19901). Learn More »

SECTION OF A MILITIA SWORD SCABBARD RECOVERED FROM WHITE OAK SWAMP, VIRGINIA

SECTION OF A MILITIA SWORD SCABBARD RECOVERED FROM WHITE OAK SWAMP, VIRGINIA

This is a dug condition piece of a militia sword scabbard found in White Oak Swamp, VA in 1969. It measures 6.25 inches long. It includes the original typed digger's… (R19485). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED FROM COLD HARBOR, VIRGINIA

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED FROM COLD HARBOR, VIRGINIA

This cartridge box plate appears to have been hit in the field by some sort of farm equipment. It is split and measures 3 inches long and 2 inches wide. It was recovered from Cold Harbor on November… (R19500). Learn More »

SECTION OF A PEWTER MIRROR RECOVERED FROM CS WINTER CAMP, CAROLINE COUNTY, VIRGINIA

SECTION OF A PEWTER MIRROR RECOVERED FROM CS WINTER CAMP, CAROLINE COUNTY, VIRGINIA

This back of a pewter mirror was found in September 1975 in the Confederate Winter Campsite in Caroline County, Va. It measures nearly 4 inches in diameter and is in relic… (R19495). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED FROM HARRISON'S LANDING, VA

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED FROM HARRISON'S LANDING, VA

This cartridge box plate has a light brown patina. The face of the plate is bent a little in the bottom right corner with some slight verdigris. Both of the original back loops are intact. The… (R19492). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED BY BILL GAVIN

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED BY BILL GAVIN

The face of the plate is dark brown in color. There is some moderate discoloration and some light corrosion from ground action. Eagle is still visible despite some parts being hidden by the… (601-253). Learn More »

ORDNANCE CORPS BUTTON FROM AREA OF THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN

ORDNANCE CORPS BUTTON FROM AREA OF THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN

(Tice ORD200C1, Albert’s OC3) Button size is approx. 21mm. Face is dark. Device has crossed cannons below a bursting bomb. One cannon barrel has a “U” while the “S” on the other barrel is… (R19525). Learn More »

BOX OF CANTEEN SPOUTS DUG AT SPOTSYLVANIA

BOX OF CANTEEN SPOUTS DUG AT SPOTSYLVANIA

Plastic box meas. approx. 4.75 x 4.75 x 1.50 inches and contains 20 canteen spouts. One is iron and one comes with the iron yoke around its base. Four are cracked or squashed one way or another and… (R19526). Learn More »

PIECE OF CONFEDERATE “TEXAS” STYLE SPUR FROM ANTIETAM

PIECE OF CONFEDERATE “TEXAS” STYLE SPUR FROM ANTIETAM

Brass section of spur that meas. approx. 4.50 inches long. The heel of the yoke is very wide and then narrows on the arm. Item comes with an old typed paper label that reads “SECTION OF TEXAS… (R19729). Learn More »

SPOON FROM COMBINATION EATING UTENSIL DUG AT KENNESAW MOUNTAIN

SPOON FROM COMBINATION EATING UTENSIL DUG AT KENNESAW MOUNTAIN

This is the spoon bowl section only of a folding knife, fork and spoon combination-eating utensil. These were very popular with soldiers and parts are often found in camps and battlefields. This spoon… (R19551). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED FAIRFIELD RD., GETTYSBURG

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED FAIRFIELD RD., GETTYSBURG

Chocolate brown patina with areas of green verdigris. White lettering on the back reads "BOYD & SONS BOSTON"; with no hooks intact and slight surface rust. Recovered on the Fairfield Road at Marsh… (458-220). Learn More »

NAME STENCIL FOUND ON THE FRAYSER’S FARM BATTLEFIELD

NAME STENCIL FOUND ON THE FRAYSER’S FARM BATTLEFIELD

Civil War period tin cut stencil meas. approx. 3.50 x 1.75 inches. It is discolored and has some tin loss on two letters. The letters affected are an “O” and an “E.” There are some minor… (R19652). Learn More »

CS FUSE ADAPTER FROM SHIELDS MUSEUM - GETTYSBURG

CS FUSE ADAPTER FROM SHIELDS MUSEUM - GETTYSBURG

This item is a CS fuse adapter. It was featured in the Shields Museum in Gettysburg. With light green and brown patina, these remains measure approximately 4" long and is made of brass. The base… (7-3422). Learn More »

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR REGULATION M1851 PATTERN NCO RECTANGULAR SWORD BELT PLATE DUG FROM GETTYSBURG

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR REGULATION M1851 PATTERN NCO RECTANGULAR SWORD BELT PLATE DUG FROM GETTYSBURG

This excavated Federal rectangular eagle / wreath waist belt plate is a typical Model 1851 NCO’s early war specimen that was recovered at a location near the 3rd Corps hospital in Gettysburg. In… (458-219). Learn More »

ARTILLERY EAR PLATE CHAIN, USED TO SUPPORT WORM UNDER CARRIAGE – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

ARTILLERY EAR PLATE CHAIN, USED TO SUPPORT WORM UNDER CARRIAGE – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is a Civil War ear plate chain - thirteen chain links and end bar. It was recovered in relic condition at an unknown non-Gettysburg location. Lightly pitted, the "O" ring's outside diameter… (678-270). Learn More »

RELIC 1839 PATTERN FEDERAL CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

RELIC 1839 PATTERN FEDERAL CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

Found at an unknown location, this excavated, die-struck, rolled, oval cartridge box  plate specimen is in good relic condition. Measures 3 3/8” x 2¼”.  Face of specimen has the large raised… (344-791). Learn More »

EXCAVATED EARLY PATTERN 1839 OVAL WAIST BELT PLATE

EXCAVATED EARLY PATTERN 1839 OVAL WAIST BELT PLATE

Recovered at an unknown location, this excavated die-struck, brass, oval waist belt plate specimen is in very good relic condition. Measures a full 3½” x 2¼” and has a more elongated shape and… (344-789). Learn More »

VIRGINIA RELICS MOUNTED IN A RIKER CASE

VIRGINIA RELICS MOUNTED IN A RIKER CASE

Box contains 4 pieces dug from Virginia sites. Dropped .58 mini ball, Model 1855 bayonet scabbard tip with some of the leather remaining on the inside, dropped .52 caliber Sharps bullet and a round… (637-137). Learn More »

RELIC CIVIL WAR M1860 SPENCER CARBINE FROM ATLANTA

RELIC CIVIL WAR M1860 SPENCER CARBINE FROM ATLANTA

The relic Model 1860 Spencer carbine was lost in the fighting at Howell’s Mill in Georgia during the Atlanta Campaign of 1864. The fighting at Howell’s Mill occurred on July 19, 1864 during the… (667-16). Learn More »

BULLET MADE INTO A POKER CHIP - GETTYSBURG

BULLET MADE INTO A POKER CHIP - GETTYSBURG

This item was recovered on the 1st Day’s Battlefield, west of the town of Gettysburg.     (R18111). Learn More »

US .58 CAL. STAR BASE BLOWN THROUGH BULLET - GETTYSBURG

US .58 CAL. STAR BASE BLOWN THROUGH BULLET - GETTYSBURG

This item was recovered on the 1st Day’s Battlefield, west of the town of Gettysburg.     (R18108). Learn More »

PULLED US .58 CAL. MINIE BALL - GETTYSBURG

PULLED US .58 CAL. MINIE BALL - GETTYSBURG

This item was recovered on the 1st Day’s Battlefield, west of the town of Gettysburg.     (R18103). Learn More »

SECTION OF A MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED AT COLD HARBOR - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

SECTION OF A MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED AT COLD HARBOR - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Barrel is a 46-inch crooked barrel, possibly from battle damage, from a foreign pattern musket. Remnants of the front and rear sights and the bayonet lug are still attached. The late William Gavin… (601-239). Learn More »

SECTION OF A MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED NEAR HARPERS FERRY, VIRGINIA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

SECTION OF A MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED NEAR HARPERS FERRY, VIRGINIA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Item is the top 14-inch section of a .58 caliber musket. Front sight is still attached. Possible battle damage. The late William Gavin recovered it at Hall Town near Harper’s Ferry, Virginia; tape… (601-492). Learn More »

MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED FROM COLD HARBOR, VIRGINIA – BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED FROM COLD HARBOR, VIRGINIA – BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Barrel is a 40-inch crooked barrel, possibly from battle damage, from an 1861 pattern musket. Front and rear sights are missing. Possible battle damage. The late William Gavin recovered this barrel at… (601-246). Learn More »

MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED FROM SPOTSYLVANIA, VIRGINIA – BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED FROM SPOTSYLVANIA, VIRGINIA – BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Barrel is 34-inch straight barrel from an 1853 pattern Enfield two band sergeant’s model. Front sight and bayonet lug are still attached. The late William Gavin recovered this barrel at… (601-244). Learn More »

C.S. 3” SMOOTH, LONG READ SHELL FOUND IN REYNOLDS' WOODS, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

C.S. 3” SMOOTH, LONG READ SHELL FOUND IN REYNOLDS' WOODS, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This example of artillery shell is classified as a Confederate 3”, smooth, long Read percussion shell made for a ten-pound Parrott Rifle (2.9”caliber).  Recovered by David Plank in Gettysburg… (R11229). Learn More »

$1,850.00
ON HOLD

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE PIKE HEAD / BRIDLE CUTTER

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE PIKE HEAD / BRIDLE CUTTER

Here is an original, excavated Confederate pike head with its intact bridle cutter blade attached. No staff. Recovery location is unknown but the specimen was once part of early Philadelphia artifact… (7-3358). Learn More »

DUG 19TH CENTURY MUSKET TOOL

DUG 19TH CENTURY MUSKET TOOL

Y shaped tool with nipple wrench, two screw drivers (one with a semi-circular cut out) and a nipple pick. Has light surface rust. Nipple pick is slightly bent but moves freely. (R19283). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 32 LB CANISTER BALL FROM ATLANTA

CONFEDERATE 32 LB CANISTER BALL FROM ATLANTA

Offered is a Confederate canister ball from Atlanta Georgia. Each weighs approximately 1 lb. 4 oz. and are 2.10” in diameter.  All show signs of moderate to heavy rust. These were uncovered during… (R3556). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE FROM WINCHESTER

US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE FROM WINCHESTER

Front of plate is dark with light discoloration from ground action. Small ridge in the skin between the letter “S” and the plate edge. Back has 95% lead fill with some missing on the edge. This… (172-2677). Learn More »

SECTION OF A HORSE BIT - RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

SECTION OF A HORSE BIT - RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered on Route 30 West at Gettysburg, site of the 1st day's battle. (R17903). Learn More »

EARLY PATTERN BALL PULLER / MUSKET WIPER - RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

EARLY PATTERN BALL PULLER / MUSKET WIPER - RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered on Route 30 West at Gettysburg, site of the 1st day's battle. (R17896). Learn More »

SECTION OF A CURB BIT CHAIN - RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

SECTION OF A CURB BIT CHAIN - RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered on Route 30 West at Gettysburg, site of the 1st day's battle. (R17904). Learn More »

DUG CLIPPED CORNER PLATE WITH CARVINGS

DUG CLIPPED CORNER PLATE WITH CARVINGS

Thin sheet brass plate meas. approx. 3.25 x 2.25 inches. Surface displays some light discoloration. Tongue is missing off back. Belt anchors are also gone leaving behind two small holes in the plate.… (7-3337). Learn More »

BULLETS FOUND AT KENNESAW MOUNTAIN, GA

BULLETS FOUND AT KENNESAW MOUNTAIN, GA

Five Enfield bullets (two dropped, three fired), four round musket balls (two dropped, two fired), one "mushroom" bullet, four Williams Cleaner bullets (two fired with bent back plugs, one dropped,… (R17444). Learn More »

$145.00
Originally $225.00

RELIC US/CS ARTILLERY FUSE PLUG ADAPTERS

RELIC US/CS ARTILLERY FUSE PLUG ADAPTERS

Two artillery fuse plug adapters. One measures 2" height and 1.25" diameter. The other measures 2.25" height and 1.45" diameter. Both have small chips on their bases. Tag reads "Shell Screws pick__… (R17439). Learn More »

$195.00
Originally $275.00

STONE FROM SLAVE MARKET IN ST. AUGUSTINE, FL

STONE FROM SLAVE MARKET IN ST. AUGUSTINE, FL

A piece of granite from a slave market in St. Augustine, Florida. Tag reads "A piece of the Old Slave Market-St-Augustine Fla" and is in fair condition. This item is from an early Connecticut… (R17438). Learn More »

$195.00
Originally $295.00

US MODEL 1839 BELT PLATE FROM PO RIVER AREA - GAVIN COLLECTION

US MODEL 1839 BELT PLATE FROM PO RIVER AREA - GAVIN COLLECTION

This is the skin of the plate only. All the lead fill is gone. Small chip out of the letter “S” is missing. There is also a small crack above the same letter. Skin is curled along bottom. Back… (601-524). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SLING BUCKLE RECOVERED FROM TENNESSEE

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SLING BUCKLE RECOVERED FROM TENNESSEE

This is a complete brass buckle from a Confederate cavalry sling. It is 2 inches by 2 ¾ inch rectangle. Both prongs are attached but they are frozen. It was recovered at Wartrace, Tennessee, the… (7-3292). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 DRAGOON STYLE BELT PLATE WITH ORIGINAL LEATHER WASHER INTACT – GAVIN COLLECTION

US PATTERN 1839 DRAGOON STYLE BELT PLATE WITH ORIGINAL LEATHER WASHER INTACT – GAVIN COLLECTION

Face has light discoloration. Small bend on bottom edge. Moderate bend on end near the letter “U.” Back has 100% lead fill, both “Puppy Paw” style posts and tongue. Leather washer has some… (601-609). Learn More »

LIBBY PRISON RELIC

LIBBY PRISON RELIC

Libby prison was an confederate prison camp located in Richmond, Virginia. This is a 6-½ inch long by 1 ½ inch diameter wooden pin from the prison. One end is sawed and the other end is rough as if… (R19211). Learn More »

$375.00
ON HOLD

US/CS 4.52” CASE-SHOT BORMANN FUSED SPHERICAL SHELL FROM THE COLLECTION OF STANLEY PHILLIPS

US/CS 4.52” CASE-SHOT BORMANN FUSED SPHERICAL SHELL FROM THE COLLECTION OF STANLEY PHILLIPS

Painted on the projectile is “________ 12 PNDR & CASE SHOT / (WEIGHT 10 LBS) / LEAD BALLS IN THIS ONE / ______BED BALLS IN _____ ROSIN / FOUND OCT 30 / 196_ / BORMAN _______ FUZE REMOVED”. … (172-2129). Learn More »

FRAGMENTED US 2.94” HOTCHKISS SHELL

FRAGMENTED US 2.94” HOTCHKISS SHELL

Found by noted author and relic hunter Stanley Phillips, one of the early pioneers of relic hunting whose dedication to the preservation of Civil War artifacts is still respected by the relic hunting… (172-2128). Learn More »

RELIC US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM ROSENSTEEL GETTYSBURG COLLECTION

RELIC US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM ROSENSTEEL GETTYSBURG COLLECTION

Face has spot of dark staining, some green verdigris.  Back has 100% lead fill, no hooks and museum number. (M21334). Learn More »

RELIC PLAIN CS RECTANGULAR PEWTER BELT PLATE

RELIC PLAIN CS RECTANGULAR PEWTER BELT PLATE

belt plate, cs, confederate, relic (R19050). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “SHOTGUN” SLUG OR NESSLER BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE “SHOTGUN” SLUG OR NESSLER BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

Bullet is in very nice, dropped condition. The latest research by Dean Thomas has found these to be Confederate produced Nessler bullets. Nesslers were used by some of the armies of Europe at the… (7-3290). Learn More »

RELIC US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER BRASS HILT - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

RELIC US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER BRASS HILT - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

This specimen, in relic condition, is an original brass hilt from a Model 1860 Light Cavalry Saber recovered at Halltown, WV by Bill Gavin. Excavated brass hilt is strong and exhibits asymmetrical… (601-374). Learn More »

PAIR OF SMALL, HOLLOW LEAD BARS - SAVANNAH, GA

PAIR OF SMALL, HOLLOW LEAD BARS - SAVANNAH, GA

One of the pair has a small hole, perhaps for a gimlet.  Found at a camp site used by both Union and CS troops. (R15123). Learn More »

$5.00
Originally $10.00

SECTIONED SPERICAL US 4.52" 12 LB. CASE SHOT SHELL

SECTIONED SPERICAL US 4.52" 12 LB. CASE SHOT SHELL

US 4.52”, 12 pound shell with Borman fuse cut and mounted on a black wooden base. The cross section cut allows you to see the inner workings of the shell. The thickness of the shell wall which… (R18955). Learn More »

WWI FRENCH ADRIAN HELMET WITH BATTLE DAMAGE

WWI FRENCH ADRIAN HELMET WITH BATTLE DAMAGE

This is a WW1 French Adrian helmet with an Infantry insignia. Blue-gray color. No liner. Bullet or shrapnel damage on the right rear. (194-177). Learn More »

RELIC RECTANGULAR CLIPPED CORNER BELT PLATE

RELIC RECTANGULAR CLIPPED CORNER BELT PLATE

Sheet brass clipped corner plate in nice condition. Clean, smooth face. Back has tongue and bar keeper. Found in North Carolina. (7-3278). Learn More »

US MODEL 1861 BRIDESBURG CONTRACT LOCKPLATE RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

US MODEL 1861 BRIDESBURG CONTRACT LOCKPLATE RECOVERED AT SPOTSYLVANIA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Lockplate is complete but has severe metal loss to face. Only "Bri.." of makers mark is visible. Found in 1954 in the area held by the Pennsylvania Reserves at Spotsylvania. This item is from the… (601-338). Learn More »

PRE-COLUMBIAN STONE COOKING UTENSIL

PRE-COLUMBIAN STONE COOKING UTENSIL

The pre-Columbian era incorporates all period subdivisions in the history and prehistory of the Americas before the appearance of significant European influences on the Americas continent. Offered… (R14258). Learn More »

$195.00
Originally $275.00

SHILOH RELIC - CAMP LID OF COOKING "SPIDER" OR FRYING PAN

SHILOH RELIC - CAMP LID OF COOKING "SPIDER" OR FRYING PAN

Recovered at Shiloh, TN. Lid measures 13" in diameter, with handle attached to opposite sides. Exhibits the plumb-colored, corroded patina that you'd expect a frying pan lid recovered at Shiloh.… (R18658). Learn More »

COLORED CLAY MARBLES - FREDERICKSBURG, VA

COLORED CLAY MARBLES - FREDERICKSBURG, VA

Recovered from US camp site used by Rhode Island troops. (R13847). Learn More »

COLORED CLAY MARBLES - FREDERICKSBURG, VA

COLORED CLAY MARBLES - FREDERICKSBURG, VA

Recovered from a trash pit in a Union camp used by soldiers from Michigan, Rhode Island, and New York. Hand rolled, mottled colored marbles. The two marbles remaining are the dark purple one at the… (R13846). Learn More »

COUNTERFEIT HALF DOLLAR

COUNTERFEIT HALF DOLLAR

Here is a dug counterfeit half dollar from camp Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee. A crude counterfeit, but with the original coin's features discernible on each side. It also has a nail hole in the… (R13852). Learn More »

CARVED .69 CAL ROUND BALL

CARVED .69 CAL ROUND BALL

Carved with star. Rec. Union Mills, VA. (R14783). Learn More »

$12.00
Originally $18.50

.58 CAL ENFIELD-TYPE MINIE

.58 CAL ENFIELD-TYPE MINIE

Rec. Marshall, TX arsenal. (R14777). Learn More »

$20.00
Originally $30.00

$6.00
Originally $10.00

BRITISH .72 CAL. BULLET

BRITISH .72 CAL. BULLET

Non-excavated, cone cavity. (R10186). Learn More »

SWORD PART FROM VIRGINIA

SWORD PART FROM VIRGINIA

This is a pattern 1828 shoulder belt scabbard throat. . It was recovered at Brooks, Va. (R16979). Learn More »

EXCAVATED ENTRENCHING TOOL FORGED FROM A PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD BAYONET

EXCAVATED ENTRENCHING TOOL FORGED FROM A PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD BAYONET

Tool's blade measures 5 ½" and has been hammered flat toward the end and rounded with relatively sharp edges. It exhibits a stress crack in the socket from use. No locking ring. Minor pitting with… (R13821). Learn More »

EARLY 19TH CENTURY HORSE BIT

EARLY 19TH CENTURY HORSE BIT

Shows some rust but generally in fine condition. (M19080). Learn More »

EXCAVATED SELDOM SEEN 'BULLSEYE' BRASS ROSETTE

EXCAVATED SELDOM SEEN 'BULLSEYE' BRASS ROSETTE

Here is an original, typical bullseye-type brass rosette as used on cavalry and civilian bridle bits during the mid nineteenth century. In excavated relic condition, this artifact has lost the… (348-83). Learn More »

PATTERN 1854 AUSTRIAN GUN TOOL

PATTERN 1854 AUSTRIAN GUN TOOL

Recovered at Snake Creek Gap, Georgia. (R14136). Learn More »

$29.50
Originally $67.50

RELIC C.S. RICHMOND COMBINATION GUN TOOL

RELIC C.S. RICHMOND COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Exhibits corrosion, but has been chemically treated for preservation. Exhibits plum colored patina. Very solid relic display piece. (348-36). Learn More »

$165.00
Originally $195.00

MID 19TH CENTURY CIVILIAN PATTERN BIT FOUND ON THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

MID 19TH CENTURY CIVILIAN PATTERN BIT FOUND ON THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

A nice example of a typical iron horse bit often found on mid 19th century farms. Of the various styles of civilian bits used, this plain simple blacksmith-made bit was inexpensive, practical and easy… (R11740). Learn More »

CASE-SHOT BALL FOUND ON OAK RIDGE - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CASE-SHOT BALL FOUND ON OAK RIDGE - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an original and attractive iron case-shot ball. This ball was recovered in relic condition on Oak Ridge on the north edge of the borough of Gettysburg. Moderately pitted and rusted, it… (R12168). Learn More »

RELIC COLT REVOLVER GUN TOOL

RELIC COLT REVOLVER GUN TOOL

This is a relic condition Colt revolver "L" gun tool. Heavily pitted. Unknown recovery location. (37-231). Learn More »

$18.00
Originally $39.50

US CAVALRY CARBINE SWIVEL, LOCATION OF RECOVERY UNKNOWN

US CAVALRY CARBINE SWIVEL, LOCATION OF RECOVERY UNKNOWN

With the exception of the spring, all parts move freely. Light surface rust. (348-27). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $125.00

EXCAVATED U.S. GENERAL ISSUE PEWTER UNIFORM BUTTON

EXCAVATED U.S. GENERAL ISSUE PEWTER UNIFORM BUTTON

This artifact is a good excavated example of a small, cuff-size, general issue cast pewter button as worn on the United States Army enlisted uniform circa 1808 to 1830. Classified as a GI30b in… (M19208). Learn More »

EXCAVATED BRASS INFANTRY BUGLE INSIGNIA IN GOOD RELIC CONDITION

EXCAVATED BRASS INFANTRY BUGLE INSIGNIA IN GOOD RELIC CONDITION

This rolled and stamped insignia device is a sheet-brass artifact that depicts a military insignia worn by soldiers in the infantry branch of the Federal Army during the Civil War. The excavated,… (348-98). Learn More »

EXCAVATED MILITIA BELT PLATE - CONFEDERATE CAMP IN WEST VIRGINIA

EXCAVATED MILITIA BELT PLATE - CONFEDERATE CAMP IN WEST VIRGINIA

This excavated artifact is a small-size, brass belt plate recovered from a camp occupied by Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's troops in the Bunker Hill area of West Virginia. The… (348-100). Learn More »

EXCAVATED, SMITH MARKED U.S. PATTERN 1839 FEDERAL INFANTRY WAIST BELT PLATE

EXCAVATED, SMITH MARKED U.S. PATTERN 1839 FEDERAL INFANTRY WAIST BELT PLATE

This excavated Federal waist belt plate is of the early regulation 1839 pattern and was made by W. H. Smith of Brooklyn, New York between 1861 and 1865. Smith, a metal worker in New York City,… (348-73). Learn More »

RELIC P1839 US BELT PLATE RECOVERED NEAR PETERSBURG, VA

RELIC P1839 US BELT PLATE RECOVERED NEAR PETERSBURG, VA

Recovered from a North Carolina cavalry camp near Staney Creek in Dinwiddie County, VA, below Petersburg in 1998. Front patina dark and plum colored w/dirt round outer edge. Ding-free w/slight… (M20255). Learn More »

GROUP OF RELICS AND BULLETS FOUND AT SEVEN PINES BATTLEFIELD

GROUP OF RELICS AND BULLETS FOUND AT SEVEN PINES BATTLEFIELD

Grouping includes a Borman spanner plug, a knapsack hook, a harness buckle, a kepi band adjuster, three round musket balls (one fired), and four fired US minie balls. Box reads "From 7 Pines Battle… (R17441). Learn More »

AXE HEAD RECOVERED FROM FORT REYNOLDS, NOVEMBER 1956

AXE HEAD RECOVERED FROM FORT REYNOLDS, NOVEMBER 1956

Meas. 7" x 4" x 1.5" with moderate surface rust and pitting. This item was part of a private collection, the contents of which were excavated in the 1950's - 1960's. They were later donated to the… (R16365). Learn More »

LARGE BROAD AXE RECOVERED AT BERMUDA HUNDRED, VA

LARGE BROAD AXE RECOVERED AT BERMUDA HUNDRED, VA

This axe head meas. 11.5" x 8". The blade itself meas. 11.5" x 4" and shows some surface rust and minor pitting. Recovered at Bermuda Hundred in February 1959. This item was part of a private… (R15942). Learn More »

LARGE CAMP AXE RECOVERED AT SNYDER'S BLUFF, MS

LARGE CAMP AXE RECOVERED AT SNYDER'S BLUFF, MS

Measures 7.5' x 3.5" without a handle. Some surface rust and pitting. Recovered in December 1954.   This item was part of a private collection, the contents of which were excavated in the 1950's -… (R15934). Learn More »

GRUBBING HOE RECOVERED AT BIG BLACK, MS

GRUBBING HOE RECOVERED AT BIG BLACK, MS

Rec. in December 1959. Measures 7.5" x 4.25", without a handle. Some surface rust and pitting. This item was part of a private collection, the contents of which were excavated in the 1950's - 1960's.… (R15933). Learn More »

CAMP SHOVEL RECOVERED AT RAPPAHANNOCK

CAMP SHOVEL RECOVERED AT RAPPAHANNOCK

Recovered Feb. 1954. Measures 7.5" x 12", without a handle. some surface rust and pitting. This item was part of a private collection, the contents of which were excavated in the 1950's - 1960's. They… (R15943). Learn More »

SHOVEL RECOVERED AT HANSBOROUGH RIDGE, BRANDY STATION, VA

SHOVEL RECOVERED AT HANSBOROUGH RIDGE, BRANDY STATION, VA

Meas. 12" x 9" at the head. Split handle meas. Approx. 8". This item was part of a private collection, the contents of which were excavated in the 1950's - 1960's. They were later donated to the… (R15840). Learn More »

SHOVEL RECOVERED AT HANSBOROUGH RIDGE BRANDY STATION, VA

SHOVEL RECOVERED AT HANSBOROUGH RIDGE BRANDY STATION, VA

Meas. 10.5" long x 9.5" wide. Heavy surface rust.   This item was part of a private collection, the contents of which were excavated in the 1950's - 1960's. They were later donated to the… (R15839). Learn More »

SPOON FROM A COMBINATION EATING SET RECOVERED FROM BRANDY STATION, VA, DECEMBER 1958

SPOON FROM A COMBINATION EATING SET RECOVERED FROM BRANDY STATION, VA, DECEMBER 1958

Meas. 4.25" length with slight surface rust. This item was part of a private collection, the contents of which were excavated in the 1950's - 1960's. They were later donated to the Wentworth Military… (R16231). Learn More »

US MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE PATTERN CANTEEN MADE INTO A CAMP TOOL

US MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE PATTERN CANTEEN MADE INTO A CAMP TOOL

US Model 1858 bullseye pattern canteen with all three sling keepers and missing spout. A 2.15" hole remains in the center. Canteen, which was flattened for use as a camp tool, with light surface… (R15832). Learn More »

$85.00
Originally $135.00

.44 CAL. PISTOL BULLET - SHILOH

.44 CAL. PISTOL BULLET - SHILOH

Recovered Shiloh, TN. (R17602). Learn More »

FORT TICONDEROGA RELIC - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

FORT TICONDEROGA RELIC - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Iron pole band as found on wagon or large tent pole. This item is from the collection of the late William G. "Bill" Gavin (1924 - 2010), who was one of the nation's most prominent and esteemed Civil… (601-709). Learn More »

CANDLE STICK HOLDER FROM THE WILDERNESS - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

CANDLE STICK HOLDER FROM THE WILDERNESS - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

This is half of a two piece candle holder. Each half would unscrew and a separate cup would be screwed into each half. This is just one of the halves with no cup. Slightly bent. This item is from the… (601-552). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND IN CONFEDERATE TRENCH OF A.P. HILL'S CORPS, THE WILDERNESS - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND IN CONFEDERATE TRENCH OF A.P. HILL'S CORPS, THE WILDERNESS - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

One of five plates recovered in one day by Bill Gavin on the Wilderness battlefield on March 10, 1956.Arrow hooks and tongue on back. Face has moderate discoloration. No dents or nicks.   This item… (601-270). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND IN 2nd & 5th CORPS SITE, THE WILDERNESS - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

PATTERN 1839 US BELT PLATE FOUND IN 2nd & 5th CORPS SITE, THE WILDERNESS - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

One of five plates recovered in one day by Bill Gavin on the Wilderness battlefield on March 10, 1956. Arrow hooks and tongue on back. Face has light discoloration. No dents or nicks. Remains of… (601-266). Learn More »

.54 CAL ROUND PISTOL BALL, FIRED - GETTYSBURG

.54 CAL ROUND PISTOL BALL, FIRED - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15444). Learn More »

.54 CAL ROUND PISTOL BALL, FIRED - GETTYSBURG

.54 CAL ROUND PISTOL BALL, FIRED - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15442). Learn More »

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15434). Learn More »

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15433). Learn More »

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15432). Learn More »

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15429). Learn More »

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15428). Learn More »

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15426). Learn More »

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15424). Learn More »

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15421). Learn More »

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of the direct descendants of the Spangler Farm Estate on the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg. Exhibits a coating of white oxidation from exposure to the air. (R15420). Learn More »

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15604). Learn More »

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15675). Learn More »

.69 CONFEDERATE "SHOTGUN" SLUG (SHORT PATTERN) - GETTYSBURG

.69 CONFEDERATE "SHOTGUN" SLUG (SHORT PATTERN) - GETTYSBURG

Used by North Carolina troops. This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these… (R15674). Learn More »

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15617). Learn More »

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15615). Learn More »

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15614). Learn More »

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15612). Learn More »

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

Used in smoothbore muskets. This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these… (R15646). Learn More »

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

Used in smoothbore muskets. This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these… (R15640). Learn More »

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

Used in smoothbore muskets. This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these… (R15638). Learn More »

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

Used in smoothbore muskets. This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these… (R15636). Learn More »

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

Used in smoothbore muskets. This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these… (R15631). Learn More »

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

Used in smoothbore muskets. This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these… (R15630). Learn More »

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. UNFIRED CS ROUND MUSKET BALL - GETTYSBURG

Used in smoothbore muskets. This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these… (R15624). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR MARBLE - GETTYSBURG

CIVIL WAR MARBLE - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15708). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR MARBLE - GETTYSBURG

CIVIL WAR MARBLE - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15707). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR MARBLE - GETTYSBURG

CIVIL WAR MARBLE - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15706). Learn More »

.69 CALIBER UNFIRED ROUND MUSKET BALL USED IN SMOOTHBORE MUSKETS - GETTYSBURG

.69 CALIBER UNFIRED ROUND MUSKET BALL USED IN SMOOTHBORE MUSKETS - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15702). Learn More »

.69 CALIBER UNFIRED ROUND MUSKET BALL USED IN SMOOTHBORE MUSKETS - GETTYSBURG

.69 CALIBER UNFIRED ROUND MUSKET BALL USED IN SMOOTHBORE MUSKETS - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15701). Learn More »

WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

Without the disk. This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were… (R15570). Learn More »

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT BULLET - GETTYSBURG

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT BULLET - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15579). Learn More »

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

.57 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15578). Learn More »

.54 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

.54 CALIBER UNFIRED CONFEDERATE GARDNER PATENT - GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15572). Learn More »

.69 CAL. UNFIRED ROUND BALL - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. UNFIRED ROUND BALL - GETTYSBURG

For smoothbore muskets and also used with "buck and ball". This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service… (R15660). Learn More »

WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

WILLIAMS CLEANER BULLET TYPE I - GETTYSBURG

Without the disk. This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were… (R15597). Learn More »

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET HAMMER AND BREECH PLUG, FOUND TOGETHER WEST OF WILLOUGHBY RUN NEAR CHAMBERSBURG ROAD / GETTYSBURG

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET HAMMER AND BREECH PLUG, FOUND TOGETHER WEST OF WILLOUGHBY RUN NEAR CHAMBERSBURG ROAD / GETTYSBURG

This item is from a group of Gettysburg relics acquired by The Horse Soldier from an auction held May 9 - 10, 2008 at Redding Auction Service in Gettysburg. All of these relics were recovered by… (R15520). Learn More »

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL BULLET - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL BULLET - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

NOTE: PRICE IS PER BULLET Fired condition. This item is from Emily Rosensteel’s Gettysburg collection of bullets recovered at the "High Water Mark". This is one collecting opportunity of a lifetime… (R17205). Learn More »

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL BULLET - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL BULLET - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

NOTE: PRICE IS PER BULLET Dropped condition. This item is from Emily Rosensteel’s Gettysburg collection of bullets recovered at the "High Water Mark". This is one collecting opportunity of a… (R17198). Learn More »

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

NOTE: PRICE IS PER BULLET Fired condition. This item is from Emily Rosensteel’s Gettysburg collection of bullets recovered at the "High Water Mark". This is one collecting opportunity of a lifetime… (R17197). Learn More »

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

NOTE: PRICE IS PER BULLET Fired condition. This item is from Emily Rosensteel’s Gettysburg collection of bullets recovered at the "High Water Mark". This is one collecting opportunity of a lifetime… (R17196). Learn More »

US .58 CALIBER CARVED MINIE BALL - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

US .58 CALIBER CARVED MINIE BALL - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

NOTE: PRICE IS PER BULLET Fired condition. This item is from Emily Rosensteel’s Gettysburg collection of bullets recovered at the "High Water Mark". This is one collecting opportunity of a lifetime… (R17195). Learn More »

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

NOTE: PRICE IS PER BULLET Dropped condition. This item is from Emily Rosensteel’s Gettysburg collection of bullets recovered at the "High Water Mark". This is one collecting opportunity of a… (R17194). Learn More »

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL BULLET - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL BULLET - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

NOTE: PRICE IS PER BULLET Dropped condition. This item is from Emily Rosensteel’s Gettysburg collection of bullets recovered at the "High Water Mark". This is one collecting opportunity of a… (R17193). Learn More »

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALLS - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALLS - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

NOTE: PRICE IS PER BULLET Dropped condition. This item is from Emily Rosensteel’s Gettysburg collection of bullets recovered at the "High Water Mark". This is one collecting opportunity of a… (R17192). Learn More »

US .54 CALIBER MINIE BALLS - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

US .54 CALIBER MINIE BALLS - HIGH WATER MARK, GETTYSBURG / ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

NOTE: PRICE IS PER BULLET Dropped condition. This item is from Emily Rosensteel’s Gettysburg collection of bullets recovered at the "High Water Mark". This is one collecting opportunity of a… (R17186). Learn More »

US CAVALRY CLEANING BRUSH TIP - GETTYSBURG

US CAVALRY CLEANING BRUSH TIP - GETTYSBURG

Dark brown patina. Measures 5 1/2" long. This item was recovered in Gettysburg at a 2nd Corps Hospital site. (R17768). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY RAMMER POLE BAND - GETTYSBURG

US ARTILLERY RAMMER POLE BAND - GETTYSBURG

Bent out of round. This item was recovered in Gettysburg in the vicinity of Culp’s Hill. (R17807). Learn More »

US KNAPSACK HOOK - GETTYSBURG

US KNAPSACK HOOK - GETTYSBURG

This item was recovered at Gettysburg near Route 30 West. (R17826). Learn More »

US .58 CALIBER MUSHROOM MINIE BALL - GETTYSBURG

US .58 CALIBER MUSHROOM MINIE BALL - GETTYSBURG

  This item was recovered on the 1st Day’s Battlefield, west of the town of Gettysburg. (R18069). Learn More »

CS TIN DRUM CANTEEN, EARLY GETTYSBURG PICK UP FROM THE COLLECTION OF HENRY CHRITZMAN

CS TIN DRUM CANTEEN, EARLY GETTYSBURG PICK UP FROM THE COLLECTION OF HENRY CHRITZMAN

Good condition tin drum canteen. Body is in excellent shape no dings or dents. Very light surface rust. All three sling keepers are present. Heavy leather sling with roller buckle. Sling is broken in… (579-02). Learn More »

BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - THE RELICS, ARTIFACTS & SOUVENIRS NEW BLACK & WHITE EDITION

BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - THE RELICS, ARTIFACTS & SOUVENIRS NEW BLACK & WHITE EDITION

Jones, Robert. Lulu.com Publishers, Copyright Robert Jones 2009. Softcover, 163 pages. Heavily illustrated with black and white photographs. Many books have been published on the Battle of Gettysburg,… (ST310). Learn More »

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

Recovered from farm near North Carolina monument, Gettysburg. (R17600). Learn More »

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

.69 CAL. CS SHOTGUN SLUG - GETTYSBURG

Recovered from farm near North Carolina Monument, Gettysburg. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY… (R17526). Learn More »

CAVALRY STRAP BELT ADJUSTER - GETTYSBURG

CAVALRY STRAP BELT ADJUSTER - GETTYSBURG

Recovered at 12th Corps Hospital site. (R18324). Learn More »

$5.00
SOLD

MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY CIVILIAN STYLE BIT FROM GETTSYBURG

MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY CIVILIAN STYLE BIT FROM GETTSYBURG

Found at a local Gettysburg estate, this item is a fine, original, civilian model horse curb bit in very good overall condition. The bit comes from a local farm located off the Taneytown Road in… (R9620). Learn More »

WOOD SPLITTING WEDGE - GETTYSBURG

WOOD SPLITTING WEDGE - GETTYSBURG

Location of recovery unknown. (R18661). Learn More »

EXCAVATED SOUTH CAROLINA LOCAL BUTTON, SC20A

EXCAVATED SOUTH CAROLINA LOCAL BUTTON, SC20A

Excavated South Carolina Confederate Local Button SC20A. The word in the motto is misspelled "OPIRUSQUE". Backmark: "W. Wildt & Son" rmdc 23mm. Shank possibly replaced. Smooth brown patina.… (127-1027). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD RELICS & SOUVENIRS

GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD RELICS & SOUVENIRS

Written by Mike O'Donnell.  Hardcover, 318 glossy pages. Heavily illustrated with black & white photographs This fabulous book tells the story of the Battle of Gettysburg through the artifacts… (ST302). Learn More »

US .58 CAL. CARTRIDGE BOX FINIAL WITH LEATHER REMAINS RECOVERED FROM PETERSBURG, VA, DECEMBER 1955

US .58 CAL. CARTRIDGE BOX FINIAL WITH LEATHER REMAINS RECOVERED FROM PETERSBURG, VA, DECEMBER 1955

This item was part of a private collection, the contents of which were excavated in the 1950's - 1960's. They were later donated to the Wentworth Military Academy, and recently de-acquistioned by same… (R16377). Learn More »

$12.50
Originally $18.50

PATTERN 1839 US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM CONFEDERATE TRENCH AT SPOTSYLVANIA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

PATTERN 1839 US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM CONFEDERATE TRENCH AT SPOTSYLVANIA - BILL GAVIN COLLECITON

Recovered by and from the collection of Bill Gavin. Face is heavily discolored. "S" is somewhat dim. Back has both loops, which are rusted. Tape label is loose but attached to plate with string. Tag… (601-614). Learn More »

$250.00
ON HOLD

RELIC "SNY" STATE OF NEW YORK BELT PLATE SKIN - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

RELIC "SNY" STATE OF NEW YORK BELT PLATE SKIN - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Recovered at Santee Camp. From Bill Gavin collection. M1839 oval plate, measuring 3.875" in width, 2.125" in width. Slightly crumpled face, paper-thin, stripped of all lead backing. Exhibiting… (601-193). Learn More »

DUG, RARE, DOUBLE COMPARTMENT CONFEDERATE CANTEEN - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

DUG, RARE, DOUBLE COMPARTMENT CONFEDERATE CANTEEN - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

This item was dug by the late Bill Gavin in a Confederate camp. Unfortunately we have not been able to determine where this camp was located. This is a tin drum canteen in good condition for a dug… (601-23). Learn More »

CS TIN DRUM CANTEEN RECOVERED BY BILL GAVIN IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA

CS TIN DRUM CANTEEN RECOVERED BY BILL GAVIN IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA

All strap loops are intact on this Confederate canteen. Considerable surface rust with some original finish shining through. Canteen measures 7 1/2" in diameter. This item is from the collection of… (601-20). Learn More »

US 3.63-INCH SUB-PATTERN III 20-POUNDER PARROTT CHILLED NOSE BOLT

US 3.63-INCH SUB-PATTERN III 20-POUNDER PARROTT CHILLED NOSE BOLT

Fired from a 20-pounder 3.67-inch caliber Parrott Rifle. The brass sabot ring clearly exhibits the "lands and grooves" of this gun. Designed primarily for destroying fortifications and ships, this… (R13976). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $750.00
SOLD

CS 4.52" RELIC 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL

CS 4.52" RELIC 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL

Found in a North Carolina barn. Shell used wooden fuse plug. Remnants of arsenal black paint cover 70% of shell, the remaining surface exhibits light to medium rust & corrosion. Else VG. Handsome… (ART1A). Learn More »


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