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SIGNED AND NUMBERED OUT OF PRINT REFERENCE BOOK ON CIVIL WAR FIELD ARTILLERY PROJECTILES

SIGNED AND NUMBERED OUT OF PRINT REFERENCE BOOK ON CIVIL WAR FIELD ARTILLERY PROJECTILES

The full title of this reference work is “FIELD ARTILLERY PROJECTILES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR: INCLUDING A SELECTION OF NAVY PROJECTILES, HAND GRENADES, ROCKETS, AND LAND MINES” by Thomas S.… (274-212). Learn More »

$150.00
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NICE LIMITED EDITION REPRODUCTION COPY OF THE 1862 ORDNANCE MANUAL

NICE LIMITED EDITION REPRODUCTION COPY OF THE 1862 ORDNANCE MANUAL

Hardbound volume done in brown cloth with a gold embossed Ordnance insignia on the front with the title on the spine. Book was published in 1970 by the Ordnance Park Corporation and was limited to… (274-211). Learn More »

$30.00
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18TH CENTURY BRASS PROTRACTOR AND RULERS

18TH CENTURY BRASS PROTRACTOR AND RULERS

This set includes three brass pieces; a protractor, a straight ruler, and an “L”-shaped ruler. The protractor is marked with degrees and radiating lines. Measures approximately 3.75” wide by… (179-1118). Learn More »

MINT GUNNER’S OR ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH BELT

MINT GUNNER’S OR ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH BELT

These simple belts were used to carry the artillery fuse pouch and frequently appear around the waist of “Number Four” in the gun crew, handling the friction primers and lanyard. This is in mint… (1145-02). Learn More »

MINT 1863 DATED ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH

MINT 1863 DATED ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH

This is a mint example of the regulation Civil War artillery fuse pouch, maker marked and dated, “WATERTOWN / ARSENAL / 1863” on the inner flap. These were worn on a simple leather belt by… (1145-01). Learn More »

RARE 10” MORTAR SHELL (FRENCH & INDIAN OR REVOLUTIONARY WAR) FROM FORT TICONDEROGA MUSEUM COLLECTION

RARE 10” MORTAR SHELL (FRENCH & INDIAN OR REVOLUTIONARY WAR) FROM FORT TICONDEROGA MUSEUM COLLECTION

This early mortar shell was once housed in the Fort Ticonderoga Museum collection. It is an excavated 10” mortar shell in relic condition. The iron body of the shell is in solid condition with… (1117-26). Learn More »

ARTILLERY GIMLET FOR 12-INCH GUN – WATERVLIET ARSENAL

ARTILLERY GIMLET FOR 12-INCH GUN – WATERVLIET ARSENAL

The "gimlet" has a screw on the end and was intended to be used to remove broken pieces of friction primers from the vent. It could also serve as a priming wire to poke a hole in the powder bag. This… (M26095). Learn More »

CS 4.52” 12-POUNDER, SPHERICAL CASE SHOT, BRASS SIDE LOADER PLUG

CS 4.52” 12-POUNDER, SPHERICAL CASE SHOT, BRASS SIDE LOADER PLUG

Confederate 12-pounder spherical case shot for smoothbore cannons. This shell has a brass Borman under plug used as a side loader plug. Has the typical Confederate brass fuse adapter that would have… (490-2244). Learn More »

$695.00
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CONFEDERATE 3” READ ARTILLERY SHELL FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS COLLECTION IN GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE 3” READ ARTILLERY SHELL FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS COLLECTION IN GETTYSBURG

This is a fired example of a CS Read pattern shell. Shell is in dug condition, with significant chipping to the iron around the base on one side. Overall, the iron shows minor surface pitting. The… (224-537). Learn More »

12-POUNDER BORMANN CANNON BALL WITH PARTIAL SABOT

12-POUNDER BORMANN CANNON BALL WITH PARTIAL SABOT

Typical cannon ball for Civil War smoothbore artillery pieces in “dug” condition. This has a complete Bormann time fuse in place. Fuse shows some oxidation but still clearly exhibits many of the… (1000-811). Learn More »

EARLY PATTERN GUNNER’S LEVEL

EARLY PATTERN GUNNER’S LEVEL

This gunner’s level follows the general lines of the U.S. arsenal marked examples we have seen from the 1850s into the Civil War, but is unmarked and differs in some minor points, which leads us to… (413-222). Learn More »

ARTILLERY PASS BOX FOR THE 12-POUNDER LIGHT FIELD GUN OR HOWITZER

ARTILLERY PASS BOX FOR THE 12-POUNDER LIGHT FIELD GUN OR HOWITZER

This is a very good condition black leather artillery pass box complete with its fixed carrying strap and sliding cover. This measures 11 5/8 inches tall, closed, and has a 5-inch interior diameter.… (490-2569). Learn More »

$975.00
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US/CS 4.52 INCH 12 LB. SPHERICAL SHOT FROM GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL/RIDER COLLECTION

US/CS 4.52 INCH 12 LB. SPHERICAL SHOT FROM GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL/RIDER COLLECTION

Recovered by local resident and relic hunter Mary Ann Rider. Ms. Rider’s mother was Iva Rosensteel, sister to George Rosensteel who founded the Electric Map Museum in Gettysburg. Specific location… (224-517). Learn More »

$825.00
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RARE CS 3 INCH VIRGINIA PATTERN REED CASE SHOT SIDE LOADING ARTILLERY SHELL FOUND AT GETTYSBURG

RARE CS 3 INCH VIRGINIA PATTERN REED CASE SHOT SIDE LOADING ARTILLERY SHELL FOUND AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered 300 yards north of the Pennsylvania Monument near Meade’s Headquarters by local resident and relic hunter Mary Ann Rider. Ms. Rider’s mother was Iva Rosensteel, sister to George… (224-515). Learn More »

$900.00
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US 4.52" 12LB SOLID SHOT, FROM GENERAL LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM IN GETTYSBURG

US 4.52" 12LB SOLID SHOT, FROM GENERAL LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM IN GETTYSBURG

This item is from the collection of Lee’s Headquarters Museum, one of the oldest private collections of relics and antiques in the Gettysburg area. Lee’s Headquarters Museum is located in the… (224-536). Learn More »

US 4.52" 12LB SPHERICAL SHELL, FROM GENERAL LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM IN GETTYSBURG

US 4.52" 12LB SPHERICAL SHELL, FROM GENERAL LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM IN GETTYSBURG

This shell came from the collection of Lee’s Headquarters Museum, one of the oldest private collections of relics and antiques in the Gettysburg area. Lee’s Headquarters Museum is located in the… (224-535). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 4.52” 12 POUNDER BORMANN FUSED SPHERICAL CASE-SHOT SHELL, FROM GENERAL LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM IN GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE 4.52” 12 POUNDER BORMANN FUSED SPHERICAL CASE-SHOT SHELL, FROM GENERAL LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM IN GETTYSBURG

This projectile has the crude seam mold that is often found on Confederate Arsenal manufactured projectiles. The fuse is a standard Union pattern Bormann with most numbers visible, punched at number… (224-534). Learn More »

CS 4.52 INCH 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL CASE-SHOT LEAD SIDE LOADING SHELL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

CS 4.52 INCH 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL CASE-SHOT LEAD SIDE LOADING SHELL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This projectile was recovered 300 yards north of the Pennsylvania Monument near Meade’s Headquarters by local resident and relic hunter Ms. Mary Ann Rider of Gettysburg. Ms. Rider’s mother was Iva… (224-518). Learn More »

$1,150.00
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CONFEDERATE TEN SECOND PAPER TIME FUSE

CONFEDERATE TEN SECOND PAPER TIME FUSE

This ten-second fuse originated from the magazine at Fort Jackson, Louisiana. Fuse was recovered by a Union soldier in 1862, who packaged several in a box and documented it by writing the information… (R21945). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TEN SECOND PAPER TIME FUSE

CONFEDERATE TEN SECOND PAPER TIME FUSE

This ten-second fuse originated from the magazine at Fort Jackson, Louisiana. Fuse was recovered by a Union soldier in 1862, who packaged several in a box and documented it by writing the information… (R21946). Learn More »


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U.S. 1859 PATTERN DRAGOON/ CAVALRY SADDLE BLANKET

AN EXTREMELY RARE EXAMPLE PATTERN OF THIS BLANKET!!!!! Only two specimens are known to exist, one located in the collection at the National Park Service museum here in Gettysburg and this newly found example shown here. First issued with the Mc… (M24473). Learn More »

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