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FRAMED ORIGINAL HAND COLORED 1806 ENGRAVING OF THE DEATH OF NELSON AT TRAFALGAR

FRAMED ORIGINAL HAND COLORED 1806 ENGRAVING OF THE DEATH OF NELSON AT TRAFALGAR

An original hand colored stipple engraving published in 1806. Nelson reaffirmed British naval supremacy by his defeat of the combined French and Spanish fleets off Cadiz in 1805, but at the cost of… (1032-58) SOLD. Learn More »

$225.00
Originally $450.00


SOLD

CONFEDERATE BLOCK “I” INFANTRY JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE BLOCK “I” INFANTRY JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered at the Springs Hotel, from the Lawrence “Larry” Eckert / Rosensteel family collection. John H. Rosensteel lived through the three days of fighting in Gettysburg. John was the founder of… (286-1026) SOLD. Learn More »

US INFANTRY “I” OFFICER’S JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

US INFANTRY “I” OFFICER’S JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered in the Country Club parking lot next to Willoughby Run by local resident and relic hunter Ed Miller. Edward or “Ed” Miller of Gettysburg was a very avid relic hunter in and around… (286-1027) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS “UCV” JACKET BUTTON

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS “UCV” JACKET BUTTON

Button has the letters “UCV” over the Confederate battle flag and “1861 – 1865”. Backmark: “SUPERIOR QUALITY”. Shank is present. Nice untouched button. [ws] … (286-1029) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

SILVER LADY LIBERTY DIME RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

SILVER LADY LIBERTY DIME RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Silver Lady Liberty dime dated 1845 found by local resident and relic hunter Ed Miller. Edward or “Ed” Miller of Gettysburg was a very avid relic hunter in and around Gettysburg, amassing a… (286-1030) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL WITH “US” BASE, RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

US .58 CALIBER MINIE BALL WITH “US” BASE, RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered at Willoughby Run by local resident and relic hunter Ed Miller. Dropped condition, nice “US” in base. Edward or “Ed” Miller of Gettysburg was a very avid relic hunter in and… (286-1028) SOLD. Learn More »

GETTYSBURG FOUND ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD

GETTYSBURG FOUND ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD

The 1832 artillery short sword was initially issued also to infantry sergeants and musicians, but was eventually relegated to heavy artillery. No such units served at Gettysburg, but over the years… (1000-735) SOLD. Learn More »

1819 NORTH PERCUSSION-CONVERSION PISTOL PICKED UP ON THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD

1819 NORTH PERCUSSION-CONVERSION PISTOL PICKED UP ON THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD

This is one of two pieces picked up by Peter Geiser, a mechanic living in Waynesboro, “shortly after the Battle of Gettysburg along Seminary Ridge, about half a mile or so south of the… (1000-1001) SOLD. Learn More »

BLAKESLEE QUICK-LOADING CARTRIDGE BOX FOR SPENCER CARBINES & RIFLES

BLAKESLEE QUICK-LOADING CARTRIDGE BOX FOR SPENCER CARBINES & RIFLES

The Blakeslee “quickloader,” in soldier slang, was designed to load the Spencer rifle or carbine about as fast as it could be fired. Seven cartridges, the full magazine load for a Spencer, were… (1081-03) SOLD. Learn More »

REVISED ARMY REGULATIONS OF 1861 ID’D TO 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

REVISED ARMY REGULATIONS OF 1861 ID’D TO 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

Volume is titled “REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1861 WITH A FULL INDEX.” The book is bound in a blue cloth with an embossed spread-winged eagle with sunburst and stars at… (945-603) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE .54 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT BULLET RECOVERED IN FIELD BETWEEN REYNOLDS WOODS AND THE MCPHERSON FARM, GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE .54 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT BULLET RECOVERED IN FIELD BETWEEN REYNOLDS WOODS AND THE MCPHERSON FARM, GETTYSBURG

Dropped condition. This item was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron Miller was born and raised in Gettysburg; he was a 1953 graduate of Gettysburg High School and a graduate of 1957… (286-679) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT BULLET RECOVERED IN FIELD BETWEEN REYNOLDS WOODS AND THE MCPHERSON FARM, GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT BULLET RECOVERED IN FIELD BETWEEN REYNOLDS WOODS AND THE MCPHERSON FARM, GETTYSBURG

Fired condition. This item was once part of the Ron Miller Collection. Ron Miller was born and raised in Gettysburg; he was a 1953 graduate of Gettysburg High School and a graduate of 1957 graduate… (286-678) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

U.S. .69 CALIBER BALL SCREW

U.S. .69 CALIBER BALL SCREW

Excellent specimen of an appendage used with the M1816, M1840, and M1842 muskets. This is a ball screw (or puller) used to extract musket balls from .69 caliber smoothbore muskets. This was employed… (998-1485) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

CHUNK OF IRON PLATE FROM THE CONFEDERATE RAM MERRIMACK ALSO KNOWN AS THE CSS VIRGINIA

CHUNK OF IRON PLATE FROM THE CONFEDERATE RAM MERRIMACK ALSO KNOWN AS THE CSS VIRGINIA

This interesting relic meas. approx. 1.75 inches wide x 2.50 inches tall x 1.00 inch thick. Both the front and back of the iron piece are smooth and clean while the sides show a dark patina, some… (1117-181) SOLD. Learn More »

1850 COBALT BLUE SHOT GLASS FROM THE PITTSBURGH AREA

1850 COBALT BLUE SHOT GLASS FROM THE PITTSBURGH AREA

Nice cobalt blue fluted shot glass with a delicate handle attached to one side. It meas. approx. 1.50 inches across the bottom. The glass flares outward as it goes upward. It is approx. 2.25 inches… (179-1069) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

1850 COBALT BLUE SHOT GLASS FROM THE PITTSBURGH AREA

1850 COBALT BLUE SHOT GLASS FROM THE PITTSBURGH AREA

Nice cobalt blue fluted shot glass meas. approx. 1.50 inches across the bottom. The glass flares outward as it goes upward. It is approx. 2.25 inches high. Glass is excellent and free of chips. [AD]… (179-1068) SOLD. Learn More »

$60.00
SOLD

FRAMED PHOTO OF MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT WILMON W. BLACKMAR WITH UNION VETERANS IN ARKANSAS - INCLUDING THREE MEN FROM THE US COLORED TROOPS

FRAMED PHOTO OF MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT WILMON W. BLACKMAR WITH UNION VETERANS IN ARKANSAS - INCLUDING THREE MEN FROM THE US COLORED TROOPS

The actual photo meas. approx. 9.00 x 7.00 inches and shows a group of approx. 41 Union veterans posed on the stairs of a large stone building. The image sits on a black mat with a faint gray border.… (945-582) SOLD. Learn More »

OLIVE GREEN DEMIJOHN

OLIVE GREEN DEMIJOHN

Demijohns became increasingly popular in America during the nineteenth century as a means for merchants, and individuals, to store or transport quantities of wine and spirits. (More cylindrical… (179-1048) SOLD. Learn More »

M-4 BAYONET & M8 SCABBARD

M-4 BAYONET & M8 SCABBARD

The drawn bayonet meas. approx. 11.50 inches long from point to pommel. The parkerized blade itself is approx. 6 9/16 inches long. It has a spearpoint with a true edge that is free of nicks. The last… (595-1698) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

CASED BOX BLEEDER (SCARIFICATOR)

CASED BOX BLEEDER (SCARIFICATOR)

  The practice of bloodletting, or phlebotomy, dates back to antiquity. An early theory about bloodletting was that there were four main bodily fluids: blood, phlegm, black bile, and yellow bile. An… (1117-182) SOLD. Learn More »


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ALTERED US MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO J.C. MOLLOY, 63RD NEW YORK INFANTRY

Manufactured: France Maker: Unknown Year: 1861 Model: M 1850 Foot Officer Size: 30.25  Condition: VG   Sword has components of French manufacture but a Solingen style blade. Brass guard has an even patina with no condition issues.  Pommel is… (870-381). Learn More »

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