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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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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 »

$2,500.00
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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 »

US 12-LB ARTILLERY POWDER BAG

US 12-LB ARTILLERY POWDER BAG

Cloth bag is in excellent unused condition. Item meas. approx. 7.50 inches across the top by 16.00 inches long with a rounded bottom.   [ad] [ph:m] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (172-5586). Learn More »

US 12-LB ARTILLERY POWDER BAG

US 12-LB ARTILLERY POWDER BAG

Cloth bag is in excellent unused condition. Item meas. approx. 7.50 inches across the top by 16.50 inches long with a rounded bottom.    [ad] [ph:m] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM,… (172-5585). 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… (1117-39). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3-INCH MULLANE SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3-INCH MULLANE SHELL

This Tennessee Sabot pattern projectile is sometimes called the Mullane shell. This pattern would have had a characteristic saucer-shaped copper sabot with center bolt and three pins holding the sabot… (2021-227). Learn More »

$350.00
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MARKED US HEAVY ARTILLERY GIMLET

MARKED US HEAVY ARTILLERY GIMLET

Metal surfaces are dark. Gimlet meas. approx. 15.75 inches with a 2.50 inch ring at top. These were used for clearing obstructions from the vent in a cannon barrel and could also serve as a priming… (274-199). Learn More »

ARTILLERY QUADRANT

ARTILLERY QUADRANT

The quadrant was an essential instrument used by the artillery crew to determine the elevation of a gun tube, and thus adjust the range of a projectile. Constructed of wood, they look rather simple,… (490-2509). Learn More »

US 12-LB ARTILLERY POWDER BAG

US 12-LB ARTILLERY POWDER BAG

Cloth bag is in excellent unused condition. Item meas. approx. 7.50 inches across the top by 16.75 inches long with a rounded bottom.  [ad] [ph:L] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (172-5589). Learn More »

FRENCH 3.4” SHELL FOR RIFLED CANNONS

FRENCH 3.4” SHELL FOR RIFLED CANNONS

One of the earliest ideas for rifled cannon was suggested by Frenchman Cavalier Treulle de Beaulieu in 1842, consisting of a barrel with deep helical grooves firing a shell with studs on it to ride in… (154-514). 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… (R21944). Learn More »

US 12-LB ARTILLERY POWDER BAG

US 12-LB ARTILLERY POWDER BAG

Cloth bag is in excellent unused condition. Item meas. approx. 7.50 inches across the top by 16.50 inches long with a rounded bottom.  [ad] [ph:L] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (172-5590). Learn More »

 1864 DATED FULL PACK FRANKFORD ARSENAL FRICTION PRIMERS

1864 DATED FULL PACK FRANKFORD ARSENAL FRICTION PRIMERS

A complete pack of friction primers. Coated paper wrap with draw tab intact and legible lettering. One side of the wrapper bears a drawing of a primers across the top over the words, “FRICTION… (490-2522). Learn More »

US 12-LB ARTILLERY POWDER BAG

US 12-LB ARTILLERY POWDER BAG

Cloth bag is in excellent unused condition. Item meas. approx. 7.50 inches across the top by 16.50 inches long with a rounded bottom.  [ad] [ph:L] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (172-5588). Learn More »

TAYLOR FUSE IGNITER

TAYLOR FUSE IGNITER

Here is a tin fuse igniter for Taylor’s time fuse. The Taylor fuse was patented April 11, 1865, so did not see any use during the Civil War. The purpose of these tin “igniters” was to direct the… (1117-38). Learn More »

RELIC U.S. PARROTT FUSE ADAPTER FOR 20 & 30-PDR.

RELIC U.S. PARROTT FUSE ADAPTER FOR 20 & 30-PDR.

Zinc fuse adapter for a 10-pounder Parrott rifled cannon. Measures approximately 1.76” long. Rounded flange atop a threaded body. A couple of small dings on top from being fired. Two small holes for… (M26283). Learn More »

ORIGINAL WAR OF 1812 ERA TWELVE-POUNDER AMERICAN GUNADE – AND REMEMBER THE ALAMO!

ORIGINAL WAR OF 1812 ERA TWELVE-POUNDER AMERICAN GUNADE – AND REMEMBER THE ALAMO!

This twelve-pounder gunade, dating about 1800-1820, was deaccessioned several years ago from the Fort Ticonderoga collection of artillery. It is unmarked and likely American. The gunade, or gunnade,… (1124-01). Learn More »


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SELMA ARSENAL WRAPPER AND ENFIELD CARTRIDGES

Included in a wood display case is a cartridge wrapper from Selma Arsenal dated July 1864, seven complete cartridges, and a pack of percussion caps.  The cartridges and caps came out of this wrapper.  An excavated Enfield bullet is also included,… (1000-743). Learn More »

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