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

NICE 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 eagle stamping is good though part of it is subdued due to dirt and oxidation. The surface of the plate… (2022-1354). Learn More »

RELIC STATE OF NEW YORK “SNY” BELT PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC STATE OF NEW YORK “SNY” BELT PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

This is an excavated State of New York belt plate. Pattern 1839 belt buckle with puppy-paw hooks. The letters “SNY” are in the center. Brown face with traces of green and light dirt. Likely… (2022-1337). Learn More »

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

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

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… (2022-1349). Learn More »

SMALL “BURNSIDE” PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

SMALL “BURNSIDE” PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

Smaller-size eagle breast plate often called the “Burnside” breast plate and associated with troops from Maine and are often recovered with “VMM” plates. Stamped brass face is clean and smooth… (2022-1343). Learn More »

RELIC BRASS STAR-SHAPED CAPE PIN EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC BRASS STAR-SHAPED CAPE PIN EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

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… (2022-1394). Learn More »

RELIC CIVIL WAR PICKET PIN – RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC CIVIL WAR PICKET PIN – RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

This is an excavated Civil War iron picket pin.  A regulation piece of equipment for cavalrymen. Used to stake-down a horse temporarily while on picket or grazing. Measures 11 ½” long overall.… (2022-1391). Learn More »

.58 CALIBER “MINIE” BALLS – BALTIMORE PIKE, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

.58 CALIBER “MINIE” BALLS – BALTIMORE PIKE, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

These are .58 caliber, three-groove, “minie” balls. This is the regulation bullet for the Springfield rifle musket and typical of that used by both sides during the Civil War. The bullets feature… (1163-119A). Learn More »

“PULLED” .58 CALIBER “MINIE” BALL – FAIRFIELD ROAD, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

“PULLED” .58 CALIBER “MINIE” BALL – FAIRFIELD ROAD, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

This is a .58 caliber, three-groove, “minie” ball. This is the regulation bullet for the Springfield rifle musket and typical of that used by both sides during the Civil War. The bullet features a… (1163-59B). Learn More »

$20.00
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DROPPED .58 CALIBER “MINIE” BALLS – FAIRFIELD ROAD, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

DROPPED .58 CALIBER “MINIE” BALLS – FAIRFIELD ROAD, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

These are .58 caliber, three-groove, “minie” balls. This is the regulation bullet for the Springfield rifle musket and typical of that used by both sides during the Civil War. The bullets feature… (1163-59A). Learn More »

DROPPED .58 CALIBER “MINIE” BALLS – SEMINARY RIDGE, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

DROPPED .58 CALIBER “MINIE” BALLS – SEMINARY RIDGE, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

These are .58 caliber, three-groove, “minie” balls. This is the regulation bullet for the Springfield rifle musket and typical of that used by both sides during the Civil War. The bullets feature… (1163-118A). Learn More »

RELIC U.S. “W.H. SMITH” CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC U.S. “W.H. SMITH” CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

This excavated Pattern 1839 oval US cartridge box plate has a dirt-covered, dark patina. The brass face is smooth with a central “US”, except for one spot where iron wire is rusting through from… (2022-1404). Learn More »

RELIC CIVIL WAR SHARPS CARBINE

RELIC CIVIL WAR SHARPS CARBINE

This item is an excavated Sharps carbine; complete except for the butt plate and the lever/trigger guard pin. The barrel is full length with front and rear sights remaining. The breech is closed with… (1179-143). Learn More »

RELIC WW1-ERA USMC QM DEPARTMENT BADGE

RELIC WW1-ERA USMC QM DEPARTMENT BADGE

This is an excavated badge from an employee at the U.S.M.C. quartermaster department. The brass badge is engraved “U.S.M.C. / 1098 / Q.M. DEPT.” and has an even “dug” green patina. There is a… (2022-1369). Learn More »

RELIC “STAR” DEVICE RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC “STAR” DEVICE RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

This is an excavated brass star. The piece has a smooth chocolate-brown patina overall. Measures 35mm across. A small central hole on the back side is the only indication of where an attachment device… (2022-1346). Learn More »

RELIC CIVIL WAR PICKET PIN – RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC CIVIL WAR PICKET PIN – RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

This is an excavated Civil War iron picket pin.  A regulation piece of equipment for cavalrymen. Used to stake-down a horse temporarily while on picket or grazing. Measures approximately 13” long… (2022-1309). Learn More »

$275.00
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RELIC CARBINE SLING HOOK

RELIC CARBINE SLING HOOK

This is an excavated iron snap hook from a cavalryman’s carbine shoulder sling. The piece is complete with rust over all as you would expect from a “dug” relic. Recovered from a New York cavalry… (2022-1323). Learn More »

FIRED CONFEDERATE 3-INCH READ SHELL, SIDE LOADER

FIRED CONFEDERATE 3-INCH READ SHELL, SIDE LOADER

This is a “dug” artillery shell fired from 3” rifled cannons.  This is the typical Confederate Read pattern shell.  Brass fuse and lead side plug blew our when fired. Shell has a complete… (1179-196). Learn More »

BRITISH CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM WATERLOO

BRITISH CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM WATERLOO

This British 1st Foot Guard's (Grenadiers) was found at the grounds of the farm of Hougoumont on the immortal battlefield of Waterloo fought June 18th, 1815. Here the British Guards held off the… (88-126). Learn More »

$1,000.00
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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 patina.  Single break at bottom. Piece has small dents, cracks, and bends. No hooks. Displays very… (2022-1395). Learn More »

$67.50
SOLD

CROSSED SABERS KEPI INSIGNIA & NUMBER, EXCAVATED IN FREDERICKSBURG CAMP

CROSSED SABERS KEPI INSIGNIA & NUMBER, EXCAVATED IN FREDERICKSBURG CAMP

Brass, enlistedman’s style cavalry hat insignia and number “8”. Crossed sabers in relic condition with dark, dirt-covered patina.  One end of scabbard is broken but present. An unsuccessful… (2022-1381). Learn More »

$97.50
SOLD


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