ITEM # DR340 1864 Frankford Arsenal 5 Second Fuses. Unopened and in great condition.
There is some scuffing to one corner as can be seen in the photo's. Nice !!
ITEM # DR339 Grouping of Artillery Canister Shot. Recovered around the
Petersburg, Va area. Shot range from 42 to 17 mm.
ITEM # DR338 This One Saw The Cannons
Battle weary large size Confederate Fork Tongue Buckle.
As dug dirt covered buckle with no bends or repairs.
There is a small piece of the fork snapped off that
appears to be from over stress of use. Buckle has no
cracks, bends or repairs. Verbal provenance on this
buckle is Middle Tennessee. It surely has the look of
being in the action.
ITEM # DR337 Pewter Whistle. These were often used by instructors
during march and training excercise. Most that I
have found have the stem broken off missing the loop.
This one is whole, in excellent condition.
Recovery location unknown. measures 2'' in lenght.
ITEM # DR336 Suspender Buckles. Neat little buckles, unbroken and
both dated. One 1856 and 1849. Measure 1 1/4''.
Dug in Chesterfield Co, Va.
ITEM # DR335 Early Ornate Bridle Rosette. Nice pewter rosette with a high-lighting
of silver plate. The attachment bar is missing and appears to have
been altered for continuing use. Recovered from Northern, Va.
ITEM # DR334 Heart Heel Plate. Great condition, this is the smaller size.
Recovered from Chesterfield Co, Va.
ITEM # DR333 Brass Heel Plate. This one has the Octagon pattern and is
in good dug condition. Recovered from Chesterfield, Va.
ITEM # DR332 Clover Heel Plate. This is one of the harder patterns to
find. Recovered from Dinwiddie Co, Va.
ITEM # DR331 20lb Parrott (Chill Nose) Bolt. Very nice shell. Recovered from
the 1864 Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, Ga. Smooth
non-pitted metal with full brass sabot.
ITEM # DR330 12lb Solid Shot. Recovered from the early engagement of
Slash Church, Hanover, Va. 1862. Ball has great metal
with very light pitting and has been cleaned and coated.
ITEM # DR329 Artillery Friction Primer. Good dug condition with the wire
intact. Dug near ( Fort Darling ) Drewry's Bluff Battlefield
located on the James near Richmond, Va.
ITEM # DR328 Bracelet or Anklet recovered from an early Slave Quarters
in Surry Co, Va. Brass construction with an Ornate design
around the outer edge. Measures 65mm / 2 5/8''
ITEM # DR327 Eagle Shoulder Belt Plate. Fair condition plate marked
by W.H.Smith, Brooklyn. Plate has some freeze cracks
along the front but is a solid piece with a full lead back.
Nice example for the price. Dug in New Kent, Va.
ITEM # DR326 Pocket Mold. Brass mold for the 31 Caliber. Great condition
and patina with no problems. Mold comes complete with
Bullet & Ball. Recovered from New Kent Co, Va.
ITEM # DR325 Regulation Company Letter. Cavalry letter L in excellent dug
condition and quite scarce. L & M letters where assigned to
cavalry company's of the Federal Army and are seldom seen
or up for purchase. Excellent condition with no problems.
Verbal provenance near Fredericksburg, Va.
ITEM # DR324 Regulation Company Letter. These Cavalry letters are the rarest
of all and are very scarce to come by. Verbal provenance on this
one is near Fredericksburg, Va. Excellent example without any
problems or repairs. This letter is almost never up for purchase.
ITEM # DR321 1855 Riflemen's Buckle in great condition. Verbal provinance is
Caroline Co, Va. and was dug complete. Very nice belt plate.
ITEM # DR320 Regulation Company Letter H. This letter is in great condition
without cracks or repairs. These are most often broken when
found. Excellent example. Dug near Brooke Station, Va.
ITEM # DR319 Jeff Davis Hat Insignia. Outstanding condition and patina with
no bends, cracks or repairs. Recovered from Fredericksburg.
ITEM # DR317 Belgian Rifle Lock Plate. Seldom dug rifle lock in good condition.
I am told these rifles were imported by both armies but do know
the few bullets I have dug over the years have all come from
Confederate sites. Lock was recovered near Winchester, Va.
ITEM # DR316 1859 Federal Rooster Neck Spur. Excellent spur with a nice chocolate
brown patina. Spur was recovered from Winchester, Va.
ITEM # DR315 Enfield Musket Lock. Good condition Lock Plate & Hammer
assembly. Recovered from Dinwiddie Co, Va.
ITEM # DR314 Soldiers Pocket Axe. Measuring only 2 1/2 by 1 1/4 inches these may
have been for laughter more than any other reason that I can think of.
I can't imagine they could have served a meaningful purpose. This one
was dug in Northern, Va.
ITEM # DR312 State of New York. S.N.Y. Buckle with a great looking patina,
has a full lead back and all hooks. Buckle has some light
flaking to one end as can be seen in the photo along with
light blistering to the back. All is intact and is a nice
looking Buckle. Dug in Northern, Va.
ITEM # DR311 C.S.Tongue. Richmond style tongue for a Two Piece C.S. Buckle.
This one has a green-brown patina without defects or repairs.
Buckle was recovered near Richmond, Va.
ITEM # DR310 Jew's Harp. Pewter mouth harp in excellent condition and this
one still has the wire which is most often missing. This one is
about the largest that I have seen measuring 2 1/2 - 3 3/4''.
ITEM # DR308 Lock Plate. This is an unusual one and is most likely off
a Confederate Shotgun. Nice condition with all internal
parts. This one was recovered from Chester Station, Va.
This small lock will look great with a Lock Plate display.
Lock measures 4 1/2'' - 2''.
ITEM # DR307 Bullet in wood. Excellent example with the view of
three full rings wrapped in a Heart Pine Knot with
no distortion to the bullet. Recovered from the
Wilderness Battlefield ( Private Property ).
Wood measures about 3 1/2''.
ITEM # DR306 Springfield bayonet in good condition with only a light
surface rust. Most likely an early pickup or barn find.
It is complete and has a clear U.S. stamp.
ITEM # DR305 Confederate Georgia Pike. Very nice dug Georgia pike from the Union
captured train in South Carolina. These Pikes were to be issued to
the public and confederate soldiers during the Union invasion of
South Carolina in 1865 as a last defense. It was captured and burned
By the Union Army. This one is in very nice condition and is
accompanied by a signed letter of authenticity from the digger. This
style is known as the Bridle Cutter and measures 19 inches overall
with a massive 12 inch blade.
ITEM # DR304 U.S.Buckle. Nice buckle that has had the sides rolled under.
All hooks and lead back are still remaining. Buckle was dug
at the Battle of Peebles Farm in Dinwiddie Co, Va.
ITEM # DR303 Federal Eagle Shoulder Belt Plate. Very Nice!. Plate has a dark chocolate brown
patina with both hooks and no issues. Back has been treated with polyurethane
which seems to be the norm with the early hunters. Dug in Stafford, Va.
ITEM # DR302 Cavalry Cross Sabers Insignia. Nice insignia with a dark brown
patina. This one has no repairs and are hard to come by in this
ITEM # DR299 Cavalry Spur dug from an East Tennessee camp with the most
beautiful dark green woods dug patina one can imagine. This
style is a variant to the Federal Rooster Neck Spur. Nice!!.
Spur measures 3 1/2 - 4 1/2.
ITEM # DR298 Dug Poncho Hook. Nice condition hook from the
Drewry's Bluff Battlefield ( Private Property )
These are becoming very hard to find anymore.
ITEM # DR296 Coin Silver I.D. Badge. Recovered by Robert Goodwyn from Petersburg, Va.
Pvt. John Good Co H 87th P.V.I. $995.00
ITEM # DR293 U.S. Model 1859 Horse Bridle Bit. This one appears to be a barn find or
early Battlefield pickup and is in very fine condition. Nice black-green
patina on the bosses with excellent metal through-out and bares the
makers name A. Barclay. Alexander Barclay produced Bits and Spurs
from 1842 until 1860.
ITEM # DR292 Excavated Cavalry ( Fat Lady ) Curry Comb. This one is in
nice condition and still has the manufacturers brass seal
which is most often missing. Recovered from Northern, Va.
Seal reads ( I.Carpenter, New York. #102 over the
Federal Eagle and Warranted below ).
ITEM # DR289 11 1/2 Inch Seat saddle shield in very nice dug condition.
This is a large size shield recovered from North Anna, Va.
ITEM # DR285 Carbine Sling Buckle and Belt tip. Buckle has some ground action
but is a good condition piece. No breaks or repairs. Tip was not
dug together but is a good match. Recovered by Tommy Smith
in Charles City, Va.
ITEM # DR282 Early Ornate Stirrup. Nice condition stirrup recovered from
King & Queen, Va. Most likely silvered at one time.
ITEM # DR273 Medical Syringe. Often used in the field this Pewter Syringe is
in good condition and has a moving plunger. These are not
very often excavated. This one was dug in Petersburg, Va.
Measures about 3 1/4'' in length
ITEM # DR272 Drum Tensioner. This up-swept wing eagle is used on the
Snare Drum. Recovered from Manassas, Va.
ITEM # DR271 Cavalry Cross Sabers Insignia. Recovered from Brooke Station, Va.
This Hardee Hat insignia was struck by the digger when dug and
have been professionally repaired. These are becoming hard to
find even in repaired condition. This one is the large size and is
a very nice pair.
ITEM # DR270 Confederate Saddle Shield. This is the unmarked version of
the style often embossed with CS. Nice dug condition.
Shield measures 2'' = 1 1/2''.
ITEM # DR263 Double Barrel Lock Assembly. Early shotgun most likely confederate
used with both Hammers, Plates and Triggers. A very cool dug relic.
Recovered from Georgia.
ITEM # DR241 Grouping of civil war period marbles. Early hand made and
painted clay marbles. These items will make a nice
addition to the civil war collection.
ITEM # DR240 U.S.Bridle Rosette. This bridle boss was recovered near Manassas, Va.
Nice U.S. Cavalry artifact.
ITEM # DR233 Pair of Epaulettes ( Shoulder Scales ) in good solid condition. Nice woods
dug patina. Recovered from a Union camp near New Kent C.H., Va.
ITEM # DR228 U.S. Bridle Rosette. This style has the lead back.
Recovered from Richmond, Va.
ITEM # DR206 ( Baby ) U.S. Buckle. This buckle is in good overall condition and
has one hook remaining. Recovered from Hanover, Va.
ITEM # DR152 RARE Medium size fork tongue ( Wish Bone ) Buckle. This buckle has a
green dug patina without defects or repairs. Rarer than the so called
Baby Fork Tongue in my opinion. This one was recovered from
Fredericksburg, Va. A must have for any collection.
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