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PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM THE WILDERNESS, RECOVERED BY BILL GAVIN

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM THE WILDERNESS, RECOVERED BY BILL GAVIN

Item is in good condition. Brass face with typical eagle stamping. Good detail remaining with nice dark brown patina and some dirt remaining. Back has 100% lead fill with both wire loops remaining.… (480-309). Learn More »

$375.00
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DUG BRASS BULLET MOLD”

DUG BRASS BULLET MOLD

This is a very nice brass bullet mold. In “dug” condition, the brass has an even green patina. Measures 4” long overall. The mold is stuck partially opened. It has two cavities; casting two .31… (1184-337). Learn More »

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… (1184-306). Learn More »

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… (1184-304). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE DUG A FREDERICKSBURG

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE DUG A FREDERICKSBURG

The face is slightly discolored from ground action leaving a mix of dark and light patina. The face is free of cracks and bends. Eagle stamping is good but slightly subdued due to oxidation. Reverse… (2022-1423). Learn More »

DUG BRASS PICKET BULLET MOLD

DUG BRASS PICKET BULLET MOLD

This is a very nice brass bullet mold. In “dug” condition, the brass has an even green patina. Measures 5.25” long overall. The mold can still be partially opened. It has two cavities; casting… (1184-291). Learn More »

RELIC US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE FOUND AT CHANCELLORSVILLE, FROM PORTLAND, MAINE G.A.R. HALL

RELIC US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE FOUND AT CHANCELLORSVILLE, FROM PORTLAND, MAINE G.A.R. HALL

This Federal belt plate is of the regulation 1839 pattern and was recovered from Chancellorsville. The brass accoutrement’s face shows a clear “US” in the center. There is a nice dark patina on… (480-310). Learn More »

$495.00
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RELIC SMITH PATENT SHOULDER STRAP

RELIC SMITH PATENT SHOULDER STRAP

This is a single, excavated Smith Patent “triple border” shoulder strap. This style of shoulder strap was made using stamped brass, false embroidered borders to imitate bullion embroidery. These… (1184-262). Learn More »

INFANTRY “HUNTING HORN” KEPI INSIGNIA EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

INFANTRY “HUNTING HORN” KEPI INSIGNIA EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

Brass, enlistedman’s style infantry hat insignia. Looped hunting horn in relic condition with dark, dirt-covered patina.  In two pieces, but in fair displayable condition. Small piece at bottom is… (2022-1396). Learn More »

$67.50
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RELIC STATE OF NEW YORK “SNY” BELT PLATE

RELIC STATE OF NEW YORK “SNY” BELT PLATE

This is a nice excavated SNY belt plate. Pattern 1839 belt buckle with puppy-paw hooks. Beautiful brown face with the letters “SNY” in the center. Light wear over face with smooth chocolate brown… (2022-1554). Learn More »

RELIC BULLET SCREW WITH CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLET STILL ATTACHED

RELIC BULLET SCREW WITH CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLET STILL ATTACHED

This excavated relic is a “pulled” .58 caliber Confederate Gardner bullet with the iron ball screw still embedded in the nose of the bullet. The ball screw is designed for the 1841 Mississippi… (1184-343). Learn More »

$97.50
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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA FASCINE KNIFE DUG NEAR CROWN POINT, NEW YORK

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA FASCINE KNIFE DUG NEAR CROWN POINT, NEW YORK

Item is the heavy hand forged iron head of a fascine knife along with its hand forged socket. The blade meas. approx. 6.00 inches long x 3.00 inches at its widest. Socket is 4.50 inches long. The true… (160-38). Learn More »

EXCAVATED MARTINGALE HEART

EXCAVATED MARTINGALE HEART

Martingale hearts are an interesting subcategory of military plates. O’Donnell and Campbell illustrate a variety dating from about 1812 to 1900 as Plates 419 to 438 in American Military Belt Plates.… (1184-138). Learn More »

SKIN ONLY OF A US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE DUG AT FREDERICKSBURG

SKIN ONLY OF A US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE DUG AT FREDERICKSBURG

The face is slightly discolored from ground action leaving a mix of dark and light patina. The darker portion is along the bottom half of the eagle. The surface of the plate has a light waviness to it… (2022-1410). Learn More »

RELIC SINGLE-SHOT BELGIAN BOOT PISTOL

RELIC SINGLE-SHOT BELGIAN BOOT PISTOL

Offered here is the excavated barrel and trigger from a Belgian-made percussion pistol. The piece is iron and measures about 6” long overall. The 3” long octagonal barrel is .45 caliber. A… (1184-88). Learn More »

RELIC ALLEN & WHEELOCK BAR-HAMMER SINGLE-SHOT PISTOL

RELIC ALLEN & WHEELOCK BAR-HAMMER SINGLE-SHOT PISTOL

Offered here are the excavated remains of an Allen & Wheelock percussion pistol. The piece is iron and measures about 6.5” long overall. The 3” long round and octagonal barrel is .32 caliber.… (1184-89). Learn More »

RELIC CIVIL WAR SIDE KNIFE WITH BONE HANDLES

RELIC CIVIL WAR SIDE KNIFE WITH BONE HANDLES

This is an excavated soldier’s side knife. This piece measures nearly 11” long overall with a 6 ½” blade. The blade is 1” wide at the ricasso. Bone handles pinned in place. There is some… (1184-90). Learn More »

RELIC CONFEDERATE CAVALRY HORSE BIT

RELIC CONFEDERATE CAVALRY HORSE BIT

This is an excavated iron horse bit. Non-regulation pattern that was typical of Confederate use. It measures 5.5” wide x 7.5” long. Straight cheek piece with 1.5” diameter rein rings. Iron is… (1184-85). Learn More »

FIRED POST-WAR .45-.70 CAL. TRAPDOOR BULLET RECOVERED AT CAMP COLT, GETTYSBURG BY JOHN CULLISON

FIRED POST-WAR .45-.70 CAL. TRAPDOOR BULLET RECOVERED AT CAMP COLT, 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… (R17302). Learn More »

RELIC PAIR OF CIVIL WAR ENLISTED SHOULDER SCALES

RELIC PAIR OF CIVIL WAR ENLISTED SHOULDER SCALES

Introduced in 1851 for mounted troops, brass shoulder scales were decorative, but were also meant to be a shoulder defense against saber cuts. In 1854/55 they became regulation for all branches of… (1184-299). Learn More »


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EXTREMELY RARE SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 1875 PATTERN LEE RIFLE, ONE OF JUST 143 MADE!

This rare U.S. martial rifle rates about fine for condition, with the metal excellent with 80 percent or better beautiful blue and sharp markings, and the wood only a bit under that in showing some scattered handling marks. The late 1860s and early… (172-5778). Learn More »

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