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GOOD CONDITION RELIC FLEEM

GOOD CONDITION RELIC FLEEM

This double-bladed fleam is still housed in its brass casing but the blades are rusted in place. The brass case has a nice green patina. Area of recovery is not… (408-196). Learn More »

ALTERED US MODEL 1863 CAVALRY BIT RECOVERED FROM SPOTSYLVANIA, VA

ALTERED US MODEL 1863 CAVALRY BIT RECOVERED FROM SPOTSYLVANIA, VA

This Model 1863 Cavalry Bit includes the original digger’s typewritten tag that reads “M1863 Union Army Forged Steel Curb Bits found in Spotsylvania Co. Virginia in 1961.” It measures 5 inches… (R19647). Learn More »

CS 6.4 INCH READ IRON SABOT “TEAR DROP” BOLT

CS 6.4 INCH READ IRON SABOT “TEAR DROP” BOLT

Fired from a rifled 32 pounder gun. Iron ring sabot with some minor chipping along edge. Lathe marks visible on body. Some of the rifling and 10 groove hook slant barely visible. Examples found in… (778-02). Learn More »

$1,250.00
Originally $1,650.00

EXCAVATED FEDERAL ENGINEER’S BUTTON, EG6

EXCAVATED FEDERAL ENGINEER’S BUTTON, EG6

Two part low convex coat button. Button depicts eagle with banner with motto, "Essayons", fortifications, and rising sun, intended for officers of the engineer corps.  Backmark no longer… (127-1604). Learn More »

IRON CASE-SHOT BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

IRON CASE-SHOT BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

Rusted condition iron case-shot ball. Items are from the Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. Selection is our choice. We will send the best one available. PLEASE DO NOT REQUEST A… (173-1267). Learn More »

EQUESTRIAN BRIDLE OR CURB BIT FOUND AT CULP'S HILL, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

EQUESTRIAN BRIDLE OR CURB BIT FOUND AT CULP'S HILL, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Found in the area of Culp's Hill on the battlefield of Gettysburg is this fancy, iron bridle bit in relic condition. The excavated artifact measures 6" long and is 5¼" wide. Its iron surface exhibits… (R11186). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $1,250.00

AN EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICKUP! A US 4.52" 12 POUND SPHERICAL SHOT ON THE ORIGINAL WOOD SABOT FROM PETERSBURG, VA - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

AN EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICKUP! A US 4.52" 12 POUND SPHERICAL SHOT ON THE ORIGINAL WOOD SABOT FROM PETERSBURG, VA - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This early war trophy appears to have been picked up from the battlefield within a few weeks of the battle. This war relic, the most common Civil War smoothbore projectile, sits on the original wood… (R11330). Learn More »

$1,100.00
Originally $1,295.00
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EARLY 19TH CENTURY HORSE BIT - GETTYSBURG

EARLY 19TH CENTURY HORSE BIT - GETTYSBURG

From a Gettysburg area farm sale. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM. FOR OUR POLICIES AND… (M19079). Learn More »

$95.00
Originally $139.50

SECTION OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENT FROM SPOTSYLVANIA – GAVIN COLLECTION

SECTION OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENT FROM SPOTSYLVANIA – GAVIN COLLECTION

Fluted brass section that meas. approx. 3.00 inches long on one end and tapers to 0.75 of an inch on the other. The item appears to be the bell of some kind of horn. The piece has been flattened by… (601-857). Learn More »

RELIC 5TH CORPS BADGE

RELIC 5TH CORPS BADGE

Made of iron, with original stick pin saudered on reverse. Measures 1and 5/16” per side. Exhibits dark patina with pitting & scuffing on obverse. Else vg, & solid. Location of recovery… (713-15). Learn More »

PARTS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RECOVERED FROM CS CAMP, CAROLINE COUNTY, VA

PARTS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RECOVERED FROM CS CAMP, CAROLINE COUNTY, VA

This grouping features five relic brass pieces to musical instruments. It is uncertain whether they are all part of the same instrument. One piece is a valve that measures .75 diameter and nearly 2… (R19901). Learn More »

BOX OF CANTEEN SPOUTS DUG AT SPOTSYLVANIA

BOX OF CANTEEN SPOUTS DUG AT SPOTSYLVANIA

Plastic box meas. approx. 4.75 x 4.75 x 1.50 inches and contains 20 canteen spouts. One is iron and one comes with the iron yoke around its base. Four are cracked or squashed one way or another and… (R19526). Learn More »

SECTION OF A MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED NEAR HARPERS FERRY, VIRGINIA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

SECTION OF A MUSKET BARREL RECOVERED NEAR HARPERS FERRY, VIRGINIA - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

Item is the top 14-inch section of a .58 caliber musket. Front sight is still attached. Possible battle damage. The late William Gavin recovered it at Hall Town near Harper’s Ferry, Virginia; tape… (601-492). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 32 LB CANISTER BALL FROM ATLANTA

CONFEDERATE 32 LB CANISTER BALL FROM ATLANTA

Offered is a Confederate canister ball from Atlanta Georgia. Each weighs approximately 1 lb. 4 oz. and are 2.10” in diameter.  All show signs of moderate to heavy rust. These were uncovered during… (R3556). Learn More »

.58 CAL ENFIELD-TYPE MINIE

.58 CAL ENFIELD-TYPE MINIE

Rec. Marshall, TX arsenal. (R14777). Learn More »

$20.00
Originally $30.00

CS 4.52" RELIC 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL

CS 4.52" RELIC 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL

Found in a North Carolina barn. Shell used wooden fuse plug. Remnants of arsenal black paint, the remaining surface exhibits light to medium rust & corrosion. Else VG. Handsome desk piece. NOTE:… (ART1A). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $395.00


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CONFEDERATE GENERAL LUNSFORD LINDSAY LOMAX AS A WEST POINT CADET IN DAGUERREOTYPE BY ANSON CA. 1854/55, EX-BILL TURNER COLLECTION

Formerly in the collection of Virginia collector and dealer Bill Turner this ninth plate cased daguerreotype by Rufus Anson of New York City is extremely clear, nicely cased, has a mat showing the photographer’s name and address, and shows later… (1138-1905). Learn More »

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