RELIC BRASS STAR & CRESCENT-SHAPED CAPE PIN & CHAIN EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

$595.00

Quantity Available: 1

Item Code: 2022-1349

Shipping: Determined by Method & Location of buyer

To Order:
Call 717-334-0347,
Fax 717-334-5016, or E-mail

Excavated brass cape pin and chain. Although not actually a “pin,” a chain connected two such pieces and was run through button holes to hold a cape closed. These are found in various shapes including busts of popular personalities. This one is in the shape of a star & crescent and approximately 1” across.

This “pin” is stamped brass and once had a loop soldered to the back. Only the solder mark remains. Accompanying this is a thick brass chain that was recovered with it.

Very nice “dug” condition with nice patina.  Recovered from camp site near Fredericksburg, Virginia.  [jet] [ph:L]

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE,

MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM.

CLICK HERE FOR OUR POLICIES AND TERMS.

THANK YOU!

Inquire »

Inquire About RELIC BRASS STAR & CRESCENT-SHAPED CAPE PIN & CHAIN EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

should be empty

featured item

HALF-PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE OF C.S. MAJOR GENERAL STEPHEN DODSON RAMSEUR AND C.S. COLONEL FRANK KINCLOCH HUGER AS WEST POINT CADETS BY JAMES EARLE McCLEES, PHILADELPHIA

This important half-plate daguerreotype comes from the collection of the late Bill Turner and shows future Confederate Major General Stephen Ramseur on the left and future Confederate artillery Colonel Frank Huger, son of CS General Benjamin Huger on… (1138-1780). Learn More »

Upcoming Events

29
Sep

Redding's Auction Gun Show, Gettysburg - Sept 24th-25th Learn More »

Instagram