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US 3.67 INCH 20 POUND PARROTT SHELL RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA

US 3.67 INCH 20 POUND PARROTT SHELL RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA

This 3.63 inch Parrott, sub-pattern III projectile fired from a 3.67 inch 20 pounder Parrott rifle, meas. 10 1/8 inches, weight 18 lbs. Brass ring sabot is intact and the nose has the remains of the… (2020-800). Learn More »

$225.00
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US 3.00 INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL FRAGMENT FROM THE PHILADELPHIA CIVIL WAR LIBRARY AND MUSEUM COLLECTION – RECOVERED AT BULL RUN

US 3.00 INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL FRAGMENT FROM THE PHILADELPHIA CIVIL WAR LIBRARY AND MUSEUM COLLECTION – RECOVERED AT BULL RUN

Relic consists of most of the base cup of a 3.00 inch Hotchkiss shell. Faintly visible on the bottom is the engraved patent information “HOTCHKISS PAT. OCT. 9, 1855.” Shell surface is very clean.… (1052-16). Learn More »

$200.00
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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… (R21942). Learn More »

BOSTON NAVY YARD MARKED FUSE BOX

BOSTON NAVY YARD MARKED FUSE BOX

This Navy fuse box is in good condition. The outer flap is very good throughout with only light wear visible. The latch tab is sewn to the underside of the flap and is in good condition with only… (490-2385). Learn More »

SECTIONED 12-PDR CANNON BALL WITH WRIGHT FUSE

SECTIONED 12-PDR CANNON BALL WITH WRIGHT FUSE

Offered here is a very nice half of an excavated cannon ball; sectioned to show the contents.  This is an iron, 12-pounder shell that was intended to be fired from the smoothbore “Napoleon” style… (2020-850). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY PASS BOX FOR 3” GUN

US ARTILLERY PASS BOX FOR 3” GUN

Pass boxes were used by the gunner to carry live powder filled cartridges bags from a magazine or caisson to the piece. This pass box is a leather cylinder, with a lid, and has a leather sling. The… (1117-29). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY SPONGE

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY SPONGE

Made of coarse, well-twisted woolen yarn and fashioned into a bag, the sponge was attached to a sponge head which was, in turn, fastened to a wooden staff. In field artillery, the sponge was usually… (1117-53). Learn More »

$115.00
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MAKER MARKED US NAVY FRICTION PRIMER POUCH

MAKER MARKED US NAVY FRICTION PRIMER POUCH

Small leather box used to hold friction primers and worn on the waist belt.  The box is relatively square in shape to accommodate the friction primer packs.  This box has a single wide belt loop, an… (1117-177). Learn More »

ARTILLERY GREASE/TAR BUCKET

ARTILLERY GREASE/TAR BUCKET

This heavy-duty cylindrical implement is a Civil War iron grease bucket carried as part the equipment of an artillery gun crew. This grease bucket measures approximately 7” in diameter and stands… (1117-28). Learn More »

$375.00
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U.S. PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

U.S. PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

All Parrott time fuse adapters were manufactured of zinc and have twelve threads to the inch. This one has two spanner holes. This fuse adapter was used in all Parrott projectiles from the 3 inch to… (766-1236). Learn More »

REWRAPPED PACK ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR PAPER TIME FUSES

REWRAPPED PACK ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR PAPER TIME FUSES

Surplus fuses that were rewrapped at the end of the Civil War. Recent research indicates that these unmarked packs of paper time fuses packed with various burn time fuses were Arsenal rewrapped and… (766-12107). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR A 24 PDR SIEGE GUN

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR A 24 PDR SIEGE GUN

Unfinished sight blade, bottom threads not machined! Used during the Civil War, the sight is a small, flattish steel peg designed to protrude from the front of a cannon. It was used to provide… (1000-1550). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR A 42 PDR GUN

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR A 42 PDR GUN

Unfinished sight blade, bottom threads not machined! Used during the Civil War, the sight is a small, flattish steel peg designed to protrude from the front of a cannon. It was used to provide… (1000-1547). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR AN 8 INCH GUN

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR AN 8 INCH GUN

Unfinished sight blade, bottom threads not machined! Used during the Civil War, the sight is a small, flattish steel peg designed to protrude from the front of a cannon. It was used to provide… (1000-1544). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR US ARTILLERY LIMBER CHEST LOCK

CIVIL WAR US ARTILLERY LIMBER CHEST LOCK

Original Civil War period limber chest lock, body made of brass, shackle made of iron. Iron shackle moves, lock covered in grease. Just needs a good cleaning. Have several in stock, no key! … (M25729). Learn More »

UNOPENED PACK OF US FRANKFORD ARSENAL FRICTION PRIMERS

UNOPENED PACK OF US FRANKFORD ARSENAL FRICTION PRIMERS

Original artillery friction primers in their original blue paper wrapped box which measures 2.25” x 1.5” x 1”. The blue ink paper is lighter and printing is not as crisp as others; paper is… (33-193). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TIME FUSE ADAPTER RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA; WITH LETTER “F” STAMPED INTO BASE

CONFEDERATE TIME FUSE ADAPTER RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA; WITH LETTER “F” STAMPED INTO BASE

The most widely used Confederate fuse plugs were copper time fuse adapters with two spanner holes in the head. These fuse adapters came in various lengths and head diameters. This style was mainly… (766-1220). Learn More »

$95.00
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CONFEDERATE FUSE ADAPTER / 6 LB. FRAGMENT IN RICHMOND, VA

CONFEDERATE FUSE ADAPTER / 6 LB. FRAGMENT IN RICHMOND, VA

A Confederate 6 Pounder 3.67” spherical shell fragment with a Confederate copper fuse adapter. Recovered in Richmond, VA.  [ws] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (766-1213). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE FUSE ADAPTER/SHELL FRAGMENT RECOVERED IN ATLANTA, GA

CONFEDERATE FUSE ADAPTER/SHELL FRAGMENT RECOVERED IN ATLANTA, GA

A Confederate 12 Pounder 4.52” diameter polygonal cavity spherical shell fragment with a Confederate copper fuse adapter recovered in Atlanta, GA. Used exclusively by the Confederacy, interior cast… (766-1211). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE FUSE ADAPTER/SHELL FRAGMENT RECOVERED IN ATLANTA, GA

CONFEDERATE FUSE ADAPTER/SHELL FRAGMENT RECOVERED IN ATLANTA, GA

A Confederate 12 Pounder 4.52” diameter polygonal cavity spherical shell fragment with a Confederate copper fuse adapter recovered in Atlanta, GA. Used exclusively by the Confederacy, interior cast… (766-1210). Learn More »


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