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CONFEDERATE LOCAL ARMY OFFICER’S COAT BUTTON

CONFEDERATE LOCAL ARMY OFFICER’S COAT BUTTON

CS42A; BM: blank with a depressed channel. 22mm. Excavated with very nice patina with lots of gilt. Shank has been glued in place. Slight push on front.  [ss]… (766-1464). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ARMY OFFICER’S COAT BUTTON

CONFEDERATE ARMY OFFICER’S COAT BUTTON

CS22A; BM: BLANK/CHANNEL. 22mm. Excavated, the finest example we have seen. Nice patina and lots of gilt.  [ss] [ph:L] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE… (766-1463). Learn More »

ROBERT E. LEE PORTRAIT BUST

ROBERT E. LEE PORTRAIT BUST

Mixed media half-length torso figure of Robert E. Lee by sculptor Willy Whitten, number 610 of a series of 950. Mounted on cylindrical black marble base with plaque on reverse. Titled “The Noble… (2021-327). Learn More »

STONEWALL JACKSON ON CAMPAIGN BY WHITTEN

STONEWALL JACKSON ON CAMPAIGN BY WHITTEN

Mixed media half-length torso figure of Stonewall Jackson by sculptor Willy Whitten, simply titled “Stonewall.” Desk or bookshelf size. Number 103 of 950. Jackson is portrayed on campaign, with… (2021-324). Learn More »

HISTORIC EARLY CIVIL WAR PROTOTYPE FOR A CONFEDERATE NATIONAL FLAG, FORMERLY OF THE MASTAI COLLECTION

HISTORIC EARLY CIVIL WAR PROTOTYPE FOR A CONFEDERATE NATIONAL FLAG, FORMERLY OF THE MASTAI COLLECTION

Between the secession of South Carolina on December 20, 1860, and the firing on Fort Sumter in April 1861 a wave of creativity swept the South in the design and construction of new flags. Even some… (1092-01). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE McEVOY FUSE IGNITER

CONFEDERATE McEVOY FUSE IGNITER

This is the excavated lead weight and wire pin portion of a McEvoy fuse igniter device. Invented by C.A. McEvoy of Richmond, and patented January 7, 1863. Designed for rifled projectiles, which… (1000-2636). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE McEVOY FUSE IGNITER

CONFEDERATE McEVOY FUSE IGNITER

This is the excavated lead weight and wire pin portion of a McEvoy fuse igniter device. Invented by C.A. McEvoy of Richmond, and patented January 7, 1863. Designed for rifled projectiles, which… (1000-2635). 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 »

NICELY DETAILED WREATH FROM TWO-PIECE CS BELT PLATE

NICELY DETAILED WREATH FROM TWO-PIECE CS BELT PLATE

The two-piece CS plate was widely used on sword belts. The quality of the casting and finish work depended on the time, resources and talent of the different makers. This one shows nice detailing to… (1126-02B). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “CAPTURED & COLLECTED” BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL CARBINE

CONFEDERATE “CAPTURED & COLLECTED” BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL CARBINE

This is the Burnside single shot percussion carbine, 5th model. It is a .54 caliber carbine manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Co., in Providence, Rhode Island. General Ambrose Burnside, was an… (2020-1197). Learn More »

CS 12-POUNDER, SPHERICAL CASE SHOT, SIDE LOADER MADE INTO FARM WEIGHT

CS 12-POUNDER, SPHERICAL CASE SHOT, SIDE LOADER MADE INTO FARM WEIGHT

Confederate 12-pounder spherical case shot for smoothbore cannons. This shell is complete with an iron side loader plug that has two small holes to accept a spanner wrench. The typical Confederate… (2021-255). 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
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $100 BOND

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $100 BOND

This Bond was authorized by Act of Congress CSA on the 19th of August 1861, printed on white paper. This Bond is numbered 1587 and was issued on the 15th of September 1862. Also has nineteen coupons… (998-2161). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $100 BOND

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $100 BOND

This Bond was authorized by Act of Congress CSA on the 19th of August 1861, printed on white paper. The total number of Bonds issued were 877. This Bond is numbered 677 and was issued on the 4th of… (998-2159). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $1,000 BOND

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $1,000 BOND

This Bond was authorized by Act of Congress CSA on the 19th of August 1861 printed on white paper. The total number of Bonds issued were 1,283 and this Bond is numbered 543. It is imprinted by… (998-2158). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $1,000 BOND

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $1,000 BOND

This Bond was authorized by Act of Congress CSA on the 17th of August 1861. The total numbered issued were 1,094 printed on white paper. This Bond is numbered 446 and was issued on the 6th of May… (998-2157). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $500 BOND

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $500 BOND

This Bond was authorized by the Act of Congress CSA on the 19th of August 1861. The total numbered issued were 1,132. This Bond is numbered 152, printed on white paper and imprinted with “Hoyer… (998-2156). Learn More »

FROEHLICH, CONFEDERATE STATES ARMORY, KENANSVILLE NC CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD

FROEHLICH, CONFEDERATE STATES ARMORY, KENANSVILLE NC CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD

There are only six known examples (Louis Froelich, Arms-Maker to the Confederacy by McAden & Fonvielle, pg. 56) of this unique Cavalry officer’s pattern, which has a large brass guard with… (870-556). Learn More »

FRAMED ENGRAVING OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON

FRAMED ENGRAVING OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON

The framed print is a good size measuring approx. 15.25 x 18.75 inches. Image is a chest-up view of Johnston in Confederate uniform. Engraving is well done. All details are clear and distinct. Item… (1032-59). Learn More »

$87.50
Originally $175.00

VERY RARE COPPER SCABBARD CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER BY FROELICH

VERY RARE COPPER SCABBARD CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER BY FROELICH

Louis Froelich emigrated from Bavaria in early 1861 and settled in Wilmington, NC, where he produced a large assortment of sabers, sword bayonets, bayonets, pikes, knives, axes, accouterments and… (1126-09). Learn More »


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B. DOUGLAS CONFEDERATE CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD, COLUMBIA, SC

This rare sword has 3 known examples. This sword has a brass hilt with florally decorated branches. Douglas has several unique features to his hilt: a large mushroom shaped pommel cap; a knuckle bow that ends in a large raised circular shape; and a… (870-549). Learn More »

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