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COMPLETE STAND OF GRAPE FOR 12-POUNDER

COMPLETE STAND OF GRAPE FOR 12-POUNDER

This is a complete non-dug stand of grape round for 12-pounder Napoleon cannons. A complete round in very nice condition. Consists of nine iron balls in three tiers, two iron rings, and two heavy iron… (1196-06). Learn More »

$2,250.00
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US 3" PARROTT ARTILLERY SHELL

US 3" PARROTT ARTILLERY SHELL

This is the elongated artillery shell for the 3-inch Ordnance Rifles and 10-pounder Parrott cannons. This "dug" artillery shell features a complete iron sabot on the bottom and a partial zinc Parrott… (1196-04). Learn More »

$200.00
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US/CS GRAPE SHOT BALL FROM 42-POUNDER STAND

US/CS GRAPE SHOT BALL FROM 42-POUNDER STAND

This is a single iron ball approximately 3" in diameter. This is one of nine pieces that would be enclosed in a complete stand of grape for a 7" (42-pounder) sea coast gun. Iron is clean and smooth. … (1196-11). Learn More »

$40.00
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US 12-POUNDER SPHERICAL BORMANN SHELL

US 12-POUNDER SPHERICAL BORMANN SHELL

This is a typical iron cannon ball of the era. Hollow iron ball with Bormann time fuse. For 12-pounder "Napoleon" cannons. Fuse looks to have been punched around the 1.5 second mark. Fuse shows burn… (1196-09). Learn More »

RELIC BORMANN FUSE FROM VALLEY OF DEATH, GETTYSBURG

RELIC BORMANN FUSE FROM VALLEY OF DEATH, GETTYSBURG

Excavated Bormann fuse from 12-pounder cannon ball. This type of zinc time fuse featured numbers on the top representing seconds of time. This specimen is in fired condition but still shows several of… (490-4237). Learn More »

$49.50
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FIRED 3" HOTCHKISS ARTILLERY SHELL

FIRED 3" HOTCHKISS ARTILLERY SHELL

Offered here is a very nice Hotchkiss artillery shell in fired and "dug" condition. Early pattern shell without flame grooves. A 3-inch projectile for Parrott and Ordnance rifles. Shell is complete… (1196-07). Learn More »

US 12-POUNDER SPHERICAL BORMANN CASE SHOT SHELL

US 12-POUNDER SPHERICAL BORMANN CASE SHOT SHELL

This is a typical iron cannon ball of the era. Hollow iron ball filled with case shot and would have had a Bormann time fuse. For 12-pounder "Napoleon" cannons. No Bormann fuse. Iron under plug… (1196-10). Learn More »

SECTIONED U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS CASE-SHOT

SECTIONED U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS CASE-SHOT

Offered here is a very nice half of an excavated Union artillery shell; sectioned to show the contents.  This is an iron, 3” artillery shell that was intended to be fired from a 10-pounder Parrott… (2022-2358). Learn More »

$295.00
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SECTIONED U.S. 3” PARROTT SHELL

SECTIONED U.S. 3” PARROTT SHELL

Offered here is a very nice half of an excavated Union artillery shell; sectioned to show its construction.  This is an iron, 3” artillery shell that was intended to be fired from a 10-pounder… (2022-2359). Learn More »

$225.00
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9-INCH SPHERICAL MORTAR SHELL IN GOOD CONDITION

9-INCH SPHERICAL MORTAR SHELL IN GOOD CONDITION

Spherical mortar shell is in excellent condition. Black exterior is clean with very little pitting. Some chipping to finish.  [ad] [ph:L] NOTE:  Will require extra shipping… (1090-06). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY VALISE, WATERVLIET ARSENAL

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY VALISE, WATERVLIET ARSENAL

Artillery drivers were responsible for the horse on which they rode and the “off” horse next to them on their right in the six-horse teams drawing the limbers, guns, and caissons. This is a good… (413-223). Learn More »

RARE WASHINGTON ARSENAL 1857 DATED ARTILLERY TUBE POUCH

RARE WASHINGTON ARSENAL 1857 DATED ARTILLERY TUBE POUCH

This artillery tube pouch bears a wonderful arsenal stamp at top center of the outer flap consisting of “U.S. / WASHINGTON / ARSENAL” with the first two lines in an arc over a dynamic U.S. eagle… (490-3648). Learn More »

$3,950.00
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MINTY, C.S. 4.52" 12-LB SPHERICAL CASE-SHOT, LEAD SIDE-LOADER FOUND NEAR PENNSYLVANIA MONUMENT, GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

MINTY, C.S. 4.52" 12-LB SPHERICAL CASE-SHOT, LEAD SIDE-LOADER FOUND NEAR PENNSYLVANIA MONUMENT, GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is an original, Confederate 12-pounder, spherical case-shot, lead side-loader shell in near-mint condition as found on the Gettysburg battlefield soon after the battle. Once part of the Henry… (2022-2879). Learn More »

ATLANTA ARSENAL ARTILLERY SHELL CRATE

ATLANTA ARSENAL ARTILLERY SHELL CRATE

In 1961 workmen recovered this crate during construction of I-75 around Atlanta. This crate for 32 pounder shells measures approximately 15” long (without the two handles) by 8.5” wide. It is 9”… (846-382). Learn More »

RECONSTRUCTED US/CS 6-POUNDER CANISTER ROUND – VICKSBURG

RECONSTRUCTED CANISTER ROUND

This is a rebuilt round of canister. Made from excavated pieces. Four tiers of iron canister balls are glued together and set between their proper canister plates; thin plate on top and thick plate on… (1179-205). Learn More »

FIRED CONFEDERATE 3-INCH READ SHELL, SIDE LOADER

FIRED CONFEDERATE 3-INCH READ SHELL, SIDE LOADER

This is a “dug” artillery shell fired from 3” rifled cannons.  This is the typical Confederate Read pattern shell.  Brass fuse and lead side plug blew our when fired. Shell has a complete… (1179-196). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3.00 INCH BROUN SHELL FROM PHILADELPHIA MOLLUS MUSEUM

CONFEDERATE 3.00 INCH BROUN SHELL FROM PHILADELPHIA MOLLUS MUSEUM

The origins of the Civil War Library and Museum date back to 1865 just after the Civil War ended when veteran officers of the United States Army, Navy, and Marine Corps gathered in Philadelphia to… (1052-06). Learn More »

EXCELLENT “DUG” US 10-POUNDER PARROTT SHELL

EXCELLENT “DUG” US 10-POUNDER PARROTT SHELL

The standard ammunition for the 3-inch Parrot rifled cannon. This shell was fired but remains in excellent condition. Possibly an early pick-up. The top of the fuse adaptor is deteriorated but the… (2022-509). Learn More »

RARE BRITISH 1.7-INCH “BABY” WHITWORTH SHELL WITH SHIPPING PLUG

RARE BRITISH 1.7-INCH “BABY” WHITWORTH SHELL WITH SHIPPING PLUG

This shell was patented in England by James Whitworth on April 23, 1855. A talented British engineer with an interest in screw threads, Whitworth turned his attention to arms production in the early… (2022-793). Learn More »

$3,250.00
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AMERICAN POWDER MILLS BOSTON CIRCULAR LABEL

AMERICAN POWDER MILLS BOSTON CIRCULAR LABEL

Measures 6” in diameter. Nice woodcut of a cannon in center; printed on pink paper. Minor damage to each. [ss] [PH:L] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE… (516-572). Learn More »

$44.00
Originally $55.00


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ELABORATE PRESENTATION GRADE OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCABBARD INSCRIBED TO CAPTAIN AUGUSTUS HOELZLE OF BATTERY K ARTILLERY OF THE 1ST DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

This sword was probably sold by Schuyler, Hartley & Graham of New York. The pattern is pictured in their 1864 catalogue in figures 13 and 16. Rather than have a standard blade, the lightly curved 32 inch blade has "B.K." (Battery K) on the left… (870-447). Learn More »

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