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CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT BULLET RECOVERED AT LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER GARDNER PATENT BULLET RECOVERED AT LITTLE ROUND TOP, 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… (286-667) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

INSCRIBED MANHATTAN REVOLVER OF M.W. TYLER, CO. F 37th MASS, LIEUTENANT, CAPTAIN, AND BREVET MAJOR, TWICE WOUNDED IN ACTION

INSCRIBED MANHATTAN REVOLVER OF M.W. TYLER, CO. F 37th MASS, LIEUTENANT, CAPTAIN, AND BREVET MAJOR, TWICE WOUNDED IN ACTION

Manhattan .36 caliber revolvers bore more than a passing resemblance to Colts. The company took advantage of the expiration Colt patents in 1857 to start making their own versions of the Colt Navy,… (766-1455) SOLD. Learn More »

REMINGTON “MODEL 1867” NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

REMINGTON “MODEL 1867” NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

Circa 1870s pistol. Total quantity manufactured is unknown. Recent thinking is that all of the “Model 1867” pistols are actually converted from pre-existing Model 1865 pistols. This is a .50… (490-2431) SOLD. Learn More »

US 3-INCH SCHENKL CASE-SHOT SHELL

US 3-INCH SCHENKL CASE-SHOT SHELL

This was a common Schenkl pattern purchased by the Federals. Approximately 9” long. This unusual looking shell features seven vertical ribs on the tapered base. It originally employed a papier-mache… (2020-23) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 12-POUNDER BORMAN CANNON BALL FROM SELMA

CONFEDERATE 12-POUNDER BORMAN CANNON BALL FROM SELMA

Typical cannon ball for Civil War smoothbore artillery pieces. This has a good Bormann time fuse in place. Fuse shows a few scattered spots of corrosion, but still clearly exhibits many of the timing… (2020-32) SOLD. Learn More »

LEATHER WALLET IDENTIFIED TO 34TH ILLINOIS OFFICER WHO DIED OF WOUNDS AT ATLANTA

LEATHER WALLET IDENTIFIED TO 34TH ILLINOIS OFFICER WHO DIED OF WOUNDS AT ATLANTA

The wallet is built around a rectangular iron frame that has been covered with leather embossed with the typical 19th Century decorative scrolls. Closed the wallet meas. approx. 5.75 x 3.50… (1117-193) SOLD. Learn More »

LANZ, OWEN & CO. MAKER MARKED INDIAN WAR US CAVALRY PATTERN 1881 HOLSTER WITH 1896 MODIFICATION

LANZ, OWEN & CO. MAKER MARKED INDIAN WAR US CAVALRY PATTERN 1881 HOLSTER WITH 1896 MODIFICATION

This is a very nice example of a full-length 1881 pattern cavalry holster for the Colt Single Action Army and the Smith and Wesson Schofield .45 caliber revolvers. Both were issued to cavalry units… (864-08) SOLD. Learn More »

ARTILLERY TOW HOOK

ARTILLERY TOW HOOK

The tow hook was essential tool in the artillery for replenishing ammunition. Measuring 14 inches overall, it carried a claw-hammer head on one end of an iron bar handle bent at the other to form a… (490-2511) SOLD. Learn More »

BOOK – FIRST REGIMENT OF INFANTRY MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA

BOOK – FIRST REGIMENT OF INFANTRY MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA

Published by Wright and Potter Printing Company, Boston, MA, in 1903. This regiment was one of the first units to volunteer for service to the Union. Very good copy of the first edition. Blue cloth… (846-252) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

US/CS LEATHER WAIST BELT

US/CS LEATHER WAIST BELT

This waist belt is the type used by enlisted soldiers on both sides during the Civil War.  Leather seems slightly thinner than normal (possibly C.S.?) and is well worn but remains very supple. One… (2020-1201) SOLD. Learn More »

AMES MODEL 1840 LIGHT ARTILLERY SABER WITH SCABBARD DATED 1863

AMES MODEL 1840 LIGHT ARTILLERY SABER WITH SCABBARD DATED 1863

This Model 1840 Light Artillery saber was made by the Ames Manufacturing Company of Chicopee, Massachusetts in 1863. Ames was one of the most prolific sword makers in the United States and is… (E2790) SOLD. Learn More »

COMPLETE 32-PDR. STAND OF GRAPE FROM SITE OF C.S. TRAIN WRECK

COMPLETE 32-PDR. STAND OF GRAPE FROM SITE OF C.S. TRAIN WRECK

The stand of grape was the artillerist's weapon of last resort. Once the enemy got close to the battery, the gunners would load these rounds, and the flimsy stand would burst on firing sending the… (490-2519) SOLD. Learn More »

REMAINS OF U.S. / C.S. 3” CANISTER ROUND, RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

REMAINS OF U.S. / C.S. 3” CANISTER ROUND, RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Here is what is left of a tin canister round recovered from the Gettysburg Battlefield. Bottom round plate is complete with part of the side still attached. Highest part measures 3”. Remainder of… (1054-2481) SOLD. Learn More »

$79.50
SOLD

WW2 US 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION ASSOCIATION FLAG

WW2 US 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION ASSOCIATION FLAG

Flag is made of alternating panels of blue, white and blue cotton. Central white panel bears the Division insignia in blue and white surrounded by “29TH DIVISION ASSOCIATION” in blue… (945-609) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

US /CS 12LB SPHERICAL SHELL FRAGMENT FROM THE PHILADELPHIA CIVIL WAR LIBRARY AND MUSEUM COLLECTION – RECOVERED AT FORT DONELSON

US /CS 12LB SPHERICAL SHELL FRAGMENT FROM THE PHILADELPHIA CIVIL WAR LIBRARY AND MUSEUM COLLECTION – RECOVERED AT FORT DONELSON

Relic consists of a 3.00 inch x 2.00 inch fragment of a 12lb spherical shell. Fragment surface is rusted and pitted. The underside of the fragment has a small museum number in black ink on a white… (1052-38) SOLD. Learn More »

$12.00
SOLD

U.S. MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

U.S. MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

This Model 1863 Springfield is a very good example of the typical mid-war Union army rifle musket that well cared for and rates near excellent for condition, though personalized by the soldier with an… (218-566) SOLD. Learn More »

1862 PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE LOUSIANA 50-CENT NOTE

1862 PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE LOUSIANA 50-CENT NOTE

An original piece of Louisiana currency, being the 50 cent note featuring central artwork of a steam engine pulling numerous boxcars. Dated March 24th, 1862. It has the word "FIFTY CENTS" over-print… (L14107) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

1861 NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD $3 BILL PRINTED ON BACK OF OLD MISSISSIPPI $3 & $5 BILLS

1861 NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD $3 BILL PRINTED ON BACK OF OLD MISSISSIPPI $3 & $5 BILLS

This is an original 1861 dated $3.00 note from the New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Rail Road Company. The central image on this note is a steam engine pulling box cars. At the top right is… (L14123) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

1863 PARISH OF ST. MARTIN LOUSIANA $1 NOTE

1863 PARISH OF ST. MARTIN LOUSIANA $1 NOTE

An original piece of Louisiana currency, being a $1 note. At top is small line-art image of a steam engine pulling three cars. Hand dated April 1st 1863 in ink. It has the word "ONE" over-printed in… (L14111) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

$2 NOTE FROM PATTERSON IRON WORKS, NEW ORLEANS, DATED 1862

$2 NOTE FROM PATTERSON IRON WORKS, NEW ORLEANS, DATED 1862

An original piece of Louisiana currency, being a $2 note issued from the Patterson Iron Works in the city of New Orleans. Dated January 16, 1862. Interesting note with image of sidewheel riverboat in… (L14116) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD


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THEFT FROM GRAVESITE OF GEN. JOHN REYNOLDS

A large artillery shell, one of pair that sit on either side of the grave of Gen. John F. Reynolds in Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster, PA has been removed from the site. If anyone comes into contact with the shell or has any information regarding its… . Learn More »

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