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RELIC ISAAC & CAMPBELL KNAPSACK HOOK

RELIC ISAAC & CAMPBELL KNAPSACK HOOK

This is an excavated Confederate knapsack buckle from an imported knapsack manufactured by S. Isaac Campbell & Company in London. This company supplied numerous articles of war to the… (1184-305). Learn More »

MAINE “VMM” CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM ORANGE, VIRGINIA

MAINE “VMM” CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM ORANGE, VIRGINIA

These plates followed the standard U.S. 1839 version, but with VMM stamped in the rolled brass indicating Volunteer Militia of Maine. These were paired on equipment with the smaller sized 1839 oval… (1184-143). Learn More »

WORLD WAR ONE 75MM SHELL WITH THE BRITISH MODEL 1907 SCOVILLE ARTILLERY FUSE

WORLD WAR ONE 75MM SHELL WITH THE BRITISH MODEL 1907 SCOVILLE ARTILLERY FUSE

Empty 75mm shell with a brass driving band around the base that shows it has been fired. Complete shell meas. approx. 11.25 inches high. Just above the driving band the shell is marked “PO 1220 H… (490-3838). Learn More »

WORLD WAR ONE FRENCH 75MM SHELL CASING MADE INTO TRENCH ART

WORLD WAR ONE FRENCH 75MM SHELL CASING MADE INTO TRENCH ART

Shell casing is marked on the bottom with “75 DE C” for Canone 75mm De Campagne or 75mm Field Gun. This is followed by the lot number “669” and the date “16” for 1916. Maker’s code is… (490-3829). Learn More »

PIECE OF WORLD WAR ONE SHRAPNEL MADE INTO A LETTER OPENER

PIECE OF WORLD WAR ONE SHRAPNEL MADE INTO A LETTER OPENER

Item was originally a jagged piece of shrapnel approx. 9.50 inches long. Someone fashioned the last 6.00 inches into a scimitar shaped blade for letter opening use while leaving the handle in its… (490-3826). Learn More »

US / CS CIVILIAN STYLE SPUR FROM CHANCELLORSVILLE, VA

US / CS CIVILIAN STYLE SPUR FROM CHANCELLORSVILLE, VA

Excavated spur recovered at Chancellorsville, Virginia. Delicate, civilian-style brass spur with nice green-brown patina. Straight neck with only a rust stain remaining where the rowel once was. Small… (490-3896). Learn More »

P1854 AUSTRIAN COMBINATION TOOL FROM ROULETTE FARM, ANTIETAM

P1854 AUSTRIAN COMBINATION TOOL FROM ROULETTE FARM, ANTIETAM

This is an excavated Pattern 1854 Austrian combination musket tool. It is an iron tool that includes a nipple wrench, screw driver, and a pick. The iron piece is cleaned and coated. This piece comes… (2022-2173). Learn More »

RELIC WORLD WAR ONE BRITISH SMLE WIRE CUTTER HEAD

RELIC WORLD WAR ONE BRITISH SMLE WIRE CUTTER HEAD

During World War One the ubiquitous wire cutters played an important role in trench raids and assaults. Leading elements would use these cutters to penetrate the enemies wire entanglements and clear a… (490-3925). Learn More »

RELIC WORLD WAR ONE BRITISH SMLE WIRE CUTTER HEAD

RELIC WORLD WAR ONE BRITISH SMLE WIRE CUTTER HEAD

During World War One the ubiquitous wire cutters played an important role in trench raids and assaults. Leading elements would use these cutters to penetrate the enemies wire entanglements and clear a… (490-3925). Learn More »

ENGLISH ENFIELD BULLET IN WOOD FROM VIRGINIA

ENGLISH ENFIELD BULLET IN WOOD FROM VIRGINIA

This is an excavated section of wood with a fired bullet embedded inside. Piece measures 4” x 4.25” x 1.5” overall. Bullet is mushroomed and has an edge cut off but it is obviously an Enfield… (37-431). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE WISHBONE BUCKLE RECOVERED AT FREDERICKSBURG WINTER CAMP

CONFEDERATE WISHBONE BUCKLE RECOVERED AT FREDERICKSBURG WINTER CAMP

This brass frame buckle meas. approx. 3.75 x 2.50 inches. Across the center of the frame is a bar which holds a forked or “wishbone” style tongue that still moves freely. The brass has a mixed… (2022-1334). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VA

CONFEDERATE D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VA

This is a pretty classic Confederate D-guard Bowie knife. These were very popular throughout the south early in the war and made by countless blacksmiths and cutlers to meet demand from new volunteers… (1184-391). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND “BRANDY” SPUR- THE C.S. ORDNANCE SPUR- ORANGE, VA.

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND “BRANDY” SPUR- THE C.S. ORDNANCE SPUR- ORANGE, VA.

Howard Crouch published this pattern of Confederate cavalry spur with the nickname of the “Brandy Spur” from the number recovered from the area of the Brandy Station battlefield, fought in June… (1184-82). Learn More »

RELIC – BIG BROKEN BRASS SPUR FROM ORANGE, VIRGINIA

RELIC – BIG BROKEN BRASS SPUR FROM ORANGE, VIRGINIA

This is about half of an excavated spur…very large and heavy western-style spur. This piece consists of one are and the neck/rowel. The other arm is broken off and missing. Measures approximately… (1184-389). Learn More »

FIELD-MADE COPY OF STAR AND CRESCENT CAPE PIN

FIELD-MADE COPY OF STAR AND CRESCENT CAPE PIN

This is an excavated relic from a camp near Orange, Virginia. Using a brass star and crescent cape pin, some creative or bored soldier made this piece. Creating a mold by pressing the original cape… (1184-288). Learn More »

LARGE SECTION OF LOG WITH TWO EMBEDDED BULLETS, FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS AUCTION

LARGE SECTION OF LOG WITH TWO EMBEDDED BULLETS, FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS AUCTION

Large and heavy section of old oak tree. Measures approximately 9” x 7” x 21” with two bullets embedded deep into the wood. One of the lead missiles is three-groove minie ball. The other appears… (37-430). Learn More »

$2,750.00
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FANTASTIC WORLD WAR ONE TRENCH ART CRUCIFIX

FANTASTIC WORLD WAR ONE TRENCH ART CRUCIFIX

This is an unusually artistic piece of trench art and one we have never seen before. It is a crucifix made of several bullets with a figures of Jesus Christ on the cross. The cross stands approx. 7.00… (490-3828). Learn More »

$295.00
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RELIC WORLD WAR ONE FRENCH MODEL 1916 TIME AND PERCUSSION FUSE

RELIC WORLD WAR ONE FRENCH MODEL 1916 TIME AND PERCUSSION FUSE

This relic consists of the iron nose of a French .75 shell with the Model 1916 fuse still attached. This version of the fuse was called 24/31mm Mle 1916 time and percussion fuse with detonator, and it… (490-3835). Learn More »

EXCAVATED MARTINGALE HEART FROM ORANGE, VIRGINIA

EXCAVATED MARTINGALE HEART FROM ORANGE, VIRGINIA

This martingale heart was recovered in Orange, Virginia, and is made of a brass convex stamped shell with a lead-solder filled back that gave it weight, stiffness, and anchored three pairs of wire… (1184-137). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE INK WELL

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE INK WELL

This is a cone style ink well with a raised spout. Unglazed stoneware. This remains in perfect condition except for one small chip along the bottom edge. Recovered near Orange, Virginia.    [jet]… (1184-295). Learn More »


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IMPRESSIVE NY STATE IDENTIFIED FROCK COAT, EX-TEXAS CIVIL WAR MUSEUM

This gray NY Militia frock coat has great visual appeal and comes from the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum. This is a high-grade garment with the button holes on the lapel edged with twisted gilt brass wire and the collar and pointed cuffs… (1179-149). Learn More »

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