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P-1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ GUN TOOL – ORANGE, VIRGINIA

P-1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ GUN TOOL – ORANGE, VIRGINIA

Iron gun tool with three arms. One screw driver blade, one pick, and one nipple wrench. Iron is rusty and uncoated. Recovered near Orange, Virginia. [jet]… (1184-351). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER “BRITISH SEA SERVICE” RIFLED MUSKET BULLET

CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER “BRITISH SEA SERVICE” RIFLED MUSKET BULLET

Collectors call this a “British Sea Service” bullet because of its reference in a very early bullet reference book. However, there is no research to support this. It is a Confederate-made bullet… (1184-365). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE .50 CALIBER “MACON” CARBINE BULLET

CONFEDERATE .50 CALIBER “MACON” CARBINE BULLET

Known as the Macon carbine bullet for no particular reason, this bullet features a round nose, two grooves, and a solid base. Bullet has been fired but remains in excellent condition with only faint… (1184-369). Learn More »

NICE “RELIC” PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

NICE “RELIC” PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

This is an excavated “eagle” plate for the shoulder strap of the infantry cartridge box. Brass face has a good dark, dirt-covered brown patina. All details of the eagle display very well. The… (2022-1398). Learn More »

RELIC – VERY NICE 2ND CORPS BADGE

RELIC – VERY NICE 2ND CORPS BADGE

This is an excavated brass corps badge from a member of the Second Corps, Army of the Potomac, recovered near Orange, Virginia. This is the top or outer rim portion of a two-piece, commercially made… (1184-285). Learn More »

US EAGLE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED AT 1ST CORPS HOSPITAL SITE, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

US EAGLE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED AT 1ST CORPS HOSPITAL SITE, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

Reddish brown patina. Shank present though bent. Possible partial backmark visible. This button was found by local Gettysburg resident and relic hunter Ken Bream. Mr. Bream was born and raised in… (1163-126O). Learn More »

US EAGLE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED AT 1ST CORPS HOSPITAL SITE, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

US EAGLE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED AT 1ST CORPS HOSPITAL SITE, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

Even  brown patina; shank present though there is minor damage to the back around it. No visible backmark. This button was found by local Gettysburg resident and relic hunter Ken Bream. Mr. Bream was… (1163-126N). Learn More »

US EAGLE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED AT 1ST CORPS HOSPITAL SITE, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

US EAGLE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED AT 1ST CORPS HOSPITAL SITE, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

Nice brown patina. Shank present. No backmark. This button was found by local Gettysburg resident and relic hunter Ken Bream. Mr. Bream was born and raised in Gettysburg and grew up in a house right… (1163-126K). Learn More »

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RARE CONFEDERATE 20-PDR SMOOTH READ SHELL ENGRAVED “GETTYSBURG / 1863”

RARE CONFEDERATE 20-PDR SMOOTH READ SHELL ENGRAVED “GETTYSBURG / 1863”

This is the tall, smooth sided Confederate Read pattern shell for the 20-pounder Parrott Rifle. The nose features a tapered hole which once had a wood drive-in fuse adaptor. The location of the lathe… (2022-1561). Learn More »

RELIC .36 CALIBER BRASS TWO-CAVITY BULLET MOLD – RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICSBURG

RELIC .36 CALIBER BRASS TWO-CAVITY BULLET MOLD – RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICSBURG

This is an excavated .36 caliber two cavity bullet mold for “Navy” revolvers. The mold halves are brass with a steel sprue cutter, screw, and pins. The mold is approximately 5” in overall… (2022-1313). Learn More »

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE FROM ORANGE VIRGINIA

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE FROM ORANGE VIRGINIA

This is one of two Confederate forked-tongue, “wish-bone” belt buckles that we recently took in, both found in Orange, Virginia. This is in excellent excavated condition with a nice light… (1184-123). Learn More »

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE

This is an excellent excavated example of a classic and distinctive Confederate buckle. Widely produced during the war in several sizes and with minor variations in construction, it is frequently seen… (1184-122). Learn More »

POST CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA TWO-PIECE SWORD BELT BUCKLE

POST CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA TWO-PIECE SWORD BELT BUCKLE

This sword belt plate is very similar to some wartime and prewar Virginia plates, but we feel it probably postdates the war, though excavated in Orange, Virginia. The central disk with narrow edge… (1184-117). Learn More »

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

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

The face is discolored from ground action leaving a heavy light brown patina. The surface of the plate has a freeze crack at lower left. The same area has a slight bend. Reverse has no lead and small… (2022-1411). Learn More »

CROSSED CANNONS INSIGNIA EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

CROSSED CANNONS INSIGNIA EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

Brass, enlistedman’s style artillery hat insignia. Crossed cannons in relic condition with dark, dirt-covered patina.  In two pieces, but in fair displayable condition. Piece has small dents,… (2022-1383). Learn More »

RELIC .44 CALIBER IRON TWO-CAVITY BULLET MOLD – RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC .44 CALIBER IRON TWO-CAVITY BULLET MOLD – RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

This is an excavated .44 caliber two cavity bullet mold for “Army” revolvers. The mold halves are iron with a steel sprue cutter, screw, and pins. The mold is approximately 5” in overall… (2022-1312). Learn More »

RELIC BRASS STAR & CRESCENT CAPE PIN EXCAVATED AT ROULETTE FARM, ANTIETAM

RELIC BRASS STAR & CRESCENT CAPE PIN EXCAVATED AT ROULETTE FARM, ANTIETAM

Excavated brass cape pin. Although not actually a “pin,” a thin chain connected two such pieces and was run through button holes to hold a cape closed. These are found in various shapes including… (490-3794). Learn More »

CROSSED CANNONS KEPI INSIGNIA & COMPANY LETTER EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

CROSSED CANNONS KEPI INSIGNIA & COMPANY LETTER EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

Brass, enlistedman’s style artillery hat insignia and letter “I”. Crossed cannons in relic condition with dark, dirt-covered patina.  One end of cannon barrel broken and missing. Piece has a… (2022-1362). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER “BELGIAN” RIFLED MUSKET BULLET

CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER “BELGIAN” RIFLED MUSKET BULLET

Known as a “Belgian” bullet for no particular reason, this bullet features a pointy nose, three grooves set close to the base, and a deep conical cavity. This bullet was nose cast and retains mold… (1184-374). Learn More »

REMAINS OF A PATTERN 1839 OVAL US BELT OR CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

REMAINS OF A PATTERN 1839 OVAL US BELT OR CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

This is either a Pattern 1839 oval US belt or cartridge box plate (impossible to tell which) that has been drastically cut down on each end. Most of the “U” is present while only a small portion… (2022-1377). Learn More »


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FANTASTIC GOLD-MOUNTED APPOMATTOX WOOD CARVED PIPE WITH CASE – 12TH WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

The day after Generals Grant and Lee met to arrange the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia the two Generals met again for a brief time under an apple tree and when the meeting was over soldiers descended on the tree taking parts of it as… (30-2205). Learn More »

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