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DROPPED .58 CALIBER CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLETS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

DROPPED .58 CALIBER CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLETS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

These are .58 caliber, two-groove, Gardner patent bullets. This is the regulation bullet for the .58 rifle muskets used by the Confederacy during the Civil War. The bullets feature a good white patina… (1163-85). Learn More »

EARLY RELIC FIRE STRIKERS (A.K.A. STRIKE-A-LIGHTS)

EARLY RELIC FIRE STRIKERS (A.K.A. STRIKE-A-LIGHTS)

Offered here are a variety of steel fire strikers; the “steel” part of “flint and steel.” A fire striker is a piece of carbon steel from which sparks are struck by the sharp edge… (160-93). Learn More »

DROPPED .52 CAL. SMITH CARBINE BULLETS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

DROPPED .52 CAL. SMITH CARBINE BULLETS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

This item was recovered by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959.  Cullison sold his collection to the famed Rosensteel family of Gettysburg, who… (R17334). Learn More »

FIRED CS .52 CAL. SHARPS RINGTAIL BULLET RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

FIRED CS .52 CAL. SHARPS RINGTAIL BULLET RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

This item was recovered by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959.  Cullison sold his collection to the famed Rosensteel family of Gettysburg, who… (R17333). Learn More »

$20.00
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FIRED .577 ENFIELD BULLETS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

FIRED .577 ENFIELD BULLETS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

This item was recovered by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959.  Cullison sold his collection to the famed Rosensteel family of Gettysburg, who… (R17332). Learn More »

DROPPED .54 CAL. MINIE BALLS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

DROPPED .54 CAL. MINIE BALLS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

This item was recovered by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959.  Cullison sold his collection to the famed Rosensteel family of Gettysburg, who… (R17331). Learn More »

FIRED .577 ENFIELD BULLET WITH BOXWOOD PLUG RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

FIRED .577 ENFIELD BULLET WITH BOXWOOD PLUG RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

This item was recovered by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959.  Cullison sold his collection to the famed Rosensteel family of Gettysburg, who… (R17330). Learn More »

$20.00
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CONFEDERATE TWO-PIECE “CS” SWORD BELT PLATE RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE TWO-PIECE “CS” SWORD BELT PLATE RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VIRGINIA

This two-piece interlocking CS belt plate corresponds to Plate 015 in Mullinax Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates (1991.) The CS letters feature rounded serifs and on the reverse the tongue bar steps… (1184-114). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE GUTTER-BACK FIXED-TONGUE FRAME BUCKLE

CONFEDERATE GUTTER-BACK FIXED-TONGUE FRAME BUCKLE

The fixed-tongue frame buckle was simple to make, widely produced, and saw service in every theatre of the war. See both Mullinax and Keim on this pattern and its variations. In this case the simple… (1184-119). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SHEET BRASS BELT PLATE FROM A CS WINTER CAMP IN ORANGE, VA

CONFEDERATE SHEET BRASS BELT PLATE FROM A CS WINTER CAMP IN ORANGE, VA

This sheet brass belt plate is in great condition, was excavated from an 1863-64 Confederate winter camp in Orange, Virginia, and is published as Figure 85 in Lon Keim’s Confederate General Service… (1184-149). Learn More »

$695.00
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DROPPED .58 CAL. STAR IN BASE MINIE BALLS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

DROPPED .58 CAL. STAR IN BASE MINIE BALLS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

This item was recovered by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959.  Cullison sold his collection to the famed Rosensteel family of Gettysburg, who… (R17328). Learn More »

DROPPED .58 CAL. MINIE BALLS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

DROPPED .58 CAL. MINIE BALLS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

This item was recovered by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959.  Cullison sold his collection to the famed Rosensteel family of Gettysburg, who… (R17327). Learn More »

FIRED .58 CAL. MINIE BALLS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

FIRED .58 CAL. MINIE BALLS RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

This item was recovered by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959.  Cullison sold his collection to the famed Rosensteel family of Gettysburg, who… (R17326). Learn More »

ENFIELD COMBINATION TOOL FROM ROULETTE FARM, ANTIETAM

ENFIELD COMBINATION TOOL FROM ROULETTE FARM, ANTIETAM

This is an excavated English combination tool for the Enfield musket. It is an iron tool that includes a nipple wrench, and oiler. An additional arm once held a wiper. The iron piece is heavily pitted… (2022-2172). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE, FROM G.A.R. POST 551 COLLECTION

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE, FROM G.A.R. POST 551 COLLECTION

This Federal shoulder belt plate is of the regulation 1826 pattern. Constructed in the die-struck and rolled brass method, the brass accoutrement’s face shows a clear eagle in the center. Face has a… (2022-1849). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE, RECOVERED FROM WINCHESTER, G.A.R. POST 551 COLLECTION

US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE, RECOVERED FROM WINCHESTER, G.A.R. POST 551 COLLECTION

This Federal belt plate is of the regulation 1839 pattern and was recovered near Winchester, Virginia. Constructed in the die-struck and rolled brass method, the brass accoutrement’s face shows a… (2022-1850). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE MISSISSIPPI STYLE CAVALRY SPUR

CONFEDERATE MISSISSIPPI STYLE CAVALRY SPUR

This Confederate spur uses oval, slotted strap plates, and somewhat crudely cast convex side bars that extend smoothly into the goose-neck style neck with rounded tip and flat sides at the rowel box.… (1184-160). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ENLISTEDMAN’S FRAME BUCKLE

CONFEDERATE ENLISTEDMAN’S FRAME BUCKLE

The classic Confederate enlisted man’s belt buckle: the fixed-tongue frame buckle. Simple to make, robust, and widely produced, this was quintessential general service belt buckle of the Confederate… (1184-120). Learn More »

MAINE VOLUNTEER “VMM” BELT PLATE FROM ORANGE, VA

MAINE VOLUNTEER “VMM” BELT PLATE FROM ORANGE, VA

O’Donnell and Campbell date the purchase of these plates by the state of Maine between 1855 and 1861 for the Volunteer Militia of Maine, organized in 1851, and which furnished ten regiments of… (1184-144). Learn More »

MODEL 1855 RIFLEMAN’S BUCKLE

MODEL 1855 RIFLEMAN’S BUCKLE

This is a nice example of the U.S. Model 1855 Rifleman’s buckle with one of its belt support slides, all excavated in Orange, Virginia. All have a nice, even olive-green tone on the face with a… (1184-150). Learn More »


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