ITEM # N24 Pair of Artillery style Rosettes recovered near the ( East Battlefield
Gettysburg PA ) in 1968. Nice condition with lead filled backs and
still have the staples in place. Out of a Northern, Va Estate.
ITEM # N17 C.D.V. Lieutenant Dan C. Jones of Captain Thomas W. Rice's Light Artillery Battery.
also know as ' Rice's Battery ' Tennessee Light Artillery under Nathan B. Forrest.
Gebhardt & Co. Memphis, Tenn. Great condition. Card measures 6 1/2'' = 4 1/2''.
ITEM # N2 U.S. Artillery Hat Insignia. Excellent Example and dug.
This is the large pair of Cross Cannons and you surly
won't find them nicer. Recovered near Corinth, Miss.
ITEM # N53 Lock and Hammer assembly for the New Model Sharps Carbine.
Scarce Lockplate. Recovered west of Petersburg, Va.
ITEM # NI26 Bullet -In- Wood or based on the size of this piece, also refferd to as a War Log
it measures 35" x 8" x 5" and has a Three Ring Bullet embeded on the left side.
Weather there are more has not been determined. Mounted on the front.
of the piece reads'' Bullet Embeded In Section Of Tree From The Wilderness
Va. Battlefield / May 5-6, 1864 ". This piece is out of the Robert Jones Collection
$295.00 " Yankee Rebel Antiques "
ITEM # N43 North Carolina Militia Coat Button. I will let this one do
the talking. Recovered from Shenandoah, Va. 2005
ITEM # N59 A.V.C. Militia Coat Button. Great condition with lots of gold wash. Problem free button with the scarce mark of ( Jas. Corning / Mobile ). James Conning
produced buttons from 1860 - 1861. This example has the misspelled Die
that reads ( Corning ). Great example and Southern Made.
ITEM # N28 Starr Model 1858 Double Action Revolver. Original grips with inspector marks,
smooth working action and overall nice condition with a few minor dings from
service. Numbers do not match with the cylinder being of an earlier production
# of 14424. Great Civil War Revolver and priced right .
$995.00 Reduced $895.00
ITEM # N50 Lead ' field made ' Musket Nipple Protector.
Recovered from North Anna, Va.
ITEM # N66 58 Cal. Socket Bayonet. This one has been cut down for maybe
a digging tool or some other device. Just not sure. Dug in
the Winchester, Va area.
ITEM # N21 Bullet in Wood. Nice looking piece with a Type 3 Williams Cleaner lodged
in a section of ( Heart Pine ). You can clearly see the Zinc Washer on the
back of the bullet. This one was dug at the Battle of Bentonville, NC.
ITEM # N35 1851 Federal Sword Belt Plate. Good looking plate with a nice touch
of Silver Wreath highlight to give it the look. I recovered this plate
in the spring of 2016 near Powhatan Court House, Va.
ITEM # N41 U.S. / C.S. Artillery Hammer. This is the short handle variant measuring
8 1/2'' overall and the style mostly dug in confederate sites. Nice condition
with moderate signs of use. Recovered near Trevilian Station, Va.
ITEM # N37 Pistol Powder Horn. Good condition Horn with hand carved stopper.
Many young confederates went off to war with these Horns.
ITEM # N72 Confederate " Baby Wishbone " Frame Buckle. Scarce buckle, and great
dug patina. Recovered from a C.S. Infantry Camp in New Kent Co, Va.
No breaks or repairs
ITEM # N18 Early 1900s Reunion Photo of Captain Thomas W. Rice's Artillery Battery.
" Rice's Battery Tennessee Light Artillery ". Great Photo ready for framing.
Photo measures 9 3/4" = 8''.
ITEM # N65 Lock Plate. Small size Lock and Hammer likely off of a Side by Side Shotgun
or possibly an early Pistol. Lock measures 4 1/2'' in length. This would make
a nice addition to a dug Lock & Hammer display. Dug near Chester Station, Va.
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ITEM # N40 Confederate Cavalry Stirrup. Brass construction and in excellent dug
condition. This one was left behind by one of N.B.Forrest's Cavalry
troopers at Brice's Crossroads.
ITEM # N42 Large photo of Jesse D. Hall's family house with him and his wife
standing under the big oak tree at his Tennessee home. Jesse D.
Hall fought in the 7th Cavalry with Nathan Bedford Forrest. This
will make a nice addition to the relic room wall and is ready
for framing. Photo measures 12'' = 14''.
ITEM # N32 Federal Cavalry Spur. I have seen these spurs altered into many
different objects. This one appears to have been worked into a
( Pot Hook ) and was broken in the process . Both pieces were
dug in the same camp near Hopewell, Va.
ITEM # N36 U.S. C.S. Side Knife. Blacksmith made side knife with hardwood
handle and brass ferrule. Rasp teeth are still visible in the blade.
Knife is clean and likely an attic recovery.
Measuring 12'' overall with a 7'' blade.
ITEM # N64 Single Shot Pistol Barrel. Early dig from near Winchester, Va. Octagon
Barrel and strong metal with very little pitting. Appears to be about
31 Caliber with what looks like a Coin Silver front sight. Barrel measures
8 1/2'' in length
ITEM # N48 Snake Portion to an English Snake Buckle. I believe most of these
were imports for confederate usage but are known to have been
used by both armies. This one shows signs of heavy wear and is
the Single Head with scales pattern throughout. Nice condition.
ITEM # N5 Reunion Forrest's Cavalry Corps. Memphis,Tenn. 1901.
A pair of item's recovered from an old trunk of an estate
purchased by Reed Jackson. Consisting of a 1901
Forrest Cavalry Corps paper and a 1901 Confederate Reunion
Program from Memphis, Tenn. Framed and appears to be
in great condition.
ITEM # N16 Federal Picket Pin. Good dug condition with minimal pitting to the metal.
This is the style with the fixed ring that will not move down the pin.
Recovered near Fredericksburg, Va.
ITEM # N56 Confederate Artillery Coat Button. Another great condition button
with nice eye appeal, defect free and no repairs. Button was
recovered from Caroline Co, Va in the 1960's.
ITEM # N34 Dug ( Fat Lady ) Curry Comb. This one is in good dug condition and
still has the manufacturers brass seal intact. Seal reads
( I.Carpenter, New York. #102 over the Eagle and Warranted below ).
Dug in Northern, Va.
ITEM # N45 1/6 Plate Ambro Type of what appears to be a U.S. Dragoon or Artilleryman in
Uniform with Shoulder Scales, Eagle Buckle and a Fat Colt in His Belt. One
bad looking cat. All appear to be in Good to Very Good condition.
ITEM # N14 Dug Cartridge Box Tin. This is in good dug condition with strong
metal and would be a nice complement to a weathered box.
Dug near Winchester, Va.
ITEM # N49 Brass Bormann Fuse Underplug. Good dug condition. Recovered
near North Anna, Va. Plug has clean threads.
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ITEM # N9 Confederate Sheet Brass ( Clip Corner ) Belt Plate. Good condition plate
with light cleaning. This one had the 'Bar & Frog' style hooks as can be
seen in the example at right. Recovered near Fort Huger, Va.
ITEM # N33 Dug portion of the 1859 U.S. Bridle Bit. The U.S. Rosette
remains intact. Recovered near Winchester, Va.
ITEM # N39 1812 Officer's Artillery. Button is in outstanding condition without defects
or repairs of any kind. Coat size button and dug with shank. Sweet !!
Recovered from Trader's Hill.
ITEM # N52 Star & Crescent Cape Pin. Great looking Pin with chain measuring
10 1/2''. Verbal provenance of North Anna, Va.
ITEM # N46 White Metal Parrott Percussion Fuse. This one is in great condition.
ITEM # N22 This One Screams Confederate. Large dug ' Clip Point ' Bowie.
Large clip point blade with the look of being Blacksmith made.
Knife measures near 15" overall with a 9 1/2" blade. Brass
cross piece with an ornate style design. Bowie was recovered
from Winchester, Va.
ITEM # N57 North Carolina Militia Coat Button. Great eye appeal with lots of
silver wash and no monkey business. Dug in Fredericksburg, Va.
ITEM # N71 Scissor style pocket pistol ball mold. Mold is in relic condition
and appears to be about 44 Cal. Dug near Winchester, Va.
Mold comes complete with ball.
ITEM # N51 Springfield Musket Lock Plate. Nice condition Lock & Hammer
recovered off the Richmond Road in Amelia Co, Va.
Plate has been cleaned and coated ready for display.
ITEM # N62 Triple Marked Pistol Cartridge Box. Box has some flaking to the outer cover
but leather remains very pliable with tight stitching and rivets. This one is
marked ( J.Davy & Co Newark, N.J. T.J.Shepard and U.S. ) Nice Box.
ITEM # N67 Springfield or Contract Musket Lock & Hammer Assembly.
Good looking Rifle Lock Plate in solid condition. This one
was dug near Charles City Court House, Va.
ITEM # N44 ( Field Artillery Projectiles Of The American Civil War )
1993 Edition by Tom Dickey & Peter George
The Artillery Bible
Book is in used but great condition
ITEM # N60 Confederate Pewter Medical Syringe. This is one you don't see often.
This one has some light damage but scarce to come by. Recovered
near the River Road Supply Depot, Colonial Heights, Va. Syringe
measures about 3" in length.
ITEM # N63 Artillery Cannon Primer. These neat little item's were used to fire
a cannon. Recovered near ( Parker's Battery ) Chesterfield, Va.
ITEM # N54 69 Cal. Socket Bayonet. Great looking bayonet with very light
pitting and rust to the metal. Likely an early battlefield pickup
or barn recovery. Out of a Northern, Va Estate.
ITEM # N20 * Southern Cross Of Honor * Great condition with a nice aged
patina. Badge is unmarked. Attachment pin remains in place.
ITEM # N68 Early Leather Shot Bag. This one is in fair condition. Not quite sure
when this bag will date but may have gone off to war with the
Family Squirrel Rifle. Bag still contains lead shot.
ITEM # N27 Farmers' and Mechanics' Almanac for 1863
Good condition, the paper is pliable without flaking.
Does contain a few small edge folds.
ITEM # N15 Musket Tompion. Used to keep debris out of the Rifle Barrel.
Recovered from Charles City, Va.
ITEM # N1 U.S. / C.S. Side Knife. Nice looking Side Knife in dug condition. The
metal is strong and stable with even pitting. Knife is a spear point
blade measuring about 10 1/4 " overall with a 8" blade. Knife may
have had a (cross guard ) but is missing. Dug near Locust Grove, Va.
ITEM # N3 Civil War Voillard Bowie Knife. Purchased from an estate in a trunk
of items belonging to the families of Jesse D. Hall of Tennessee,
Dan C. Jones of Rice's Battery, Tn. and Capt' Daniel Gober of
Louisiana's Eighth Infantry. 7'' Blade with Hickory Handle held in
place with three pins. Comes complete with letter of acknowledgement.
$95.00 Reduced $75.00
ITEM # N29 1/4 Plate Tin Type of a young Union Soldier with Musket,
Kepi and Belts. Photo has a nice Patriotic back drop.
ITEM # N13 Ames Artillery Short Sword Dated 1835. This one has been altered
into a 15" Side Knife. The blade cut at 9'' has a great feel and
balance. This trooper surely had the baddest blade in camp.
Condition is excellent. What a piece for the weapons display.
ITEM # N69 50 Coat and cuff Flat or Coin buttons recovered from
the Richmond and Petersburg areas. All have shanks.
ITEM # N38 Bullet in Wood. Great looking Mushroomed Three Ring Bullet in
Heart Pine Wood. Recovered from the Battle of Bentonville, NC.
ITEM # N23 Warman's Civil War Weapons by Graham Smith. 250 + pages
of Photo's & Information on weapons of the civil war. Book
is in excellent condition.
$30.00 Reduced $20.00
ITEM # N19 Scarce Officer's Civil War Cavalry Saber with Etched Blade by Horstmann.
Very nice original 1840 ( Wristbreaker ) Saber with the beautiful etched blade.
Purchased years ago from Shiloh Relics and once again on the market. This
Saber would surly make a statement in any Sword or Weapons collection.
There is a 1'' crack on the scabbard seam about halfway down which can be
seen in the photo but not distracting to this beautiful piece. Saber comes
accompanied by all Documents of Authenticity, Info & Photo's. Originally sold
for $1250.00 and is being offered again for the reduced price of $900.00
ITEM # N55 U.S. / C.S. Cavalry Stirrup. This one has great metal and is in super nice
condition. It has been cleaned and coated. Dug in Winchester, Va.
ITEM # N58 Confederate Infantry Script 'I' Button. Sweet example without repairs
of any kind. This is the small Kepi size button. Recovered from
North Anna, Va 2000. Backmark: ''Treble Rich / Standard''.
ITEM # N61 Federal Cavalry Picket Pin. There are several variants to these pins.
This is the style with the large loop and is full length. This one was
recovered near Winchester, Va.
ITEM # N10 31. Caliber Pistol Ball Pocket Mold. Early construction mold that I am
certain will predate the Civil War and may be as early as 1812.
Likely a barn recovery. Purchased out of an estate near the Valley.
ITEM # N47 " The Official Military Atlas Of The Civil War "
Over 1000 Maps, Drawings and Engravings. 396 Pages of Battle
Grounds. Troop Movement & Camps Sites. This book is a must
for the Historian or Artifacts Seeker. Book still retains it's cover
and both are in great condition. Book measures 16 1/2''- 13 1/2''.
ITEM # N70 Eagle Shoulder Belt Plate. Great looking plate with solid back
and hooks. Early recovery from Malvern Hill, Va.
ITEM # N73 Confederate " Medium Wishbone " Frame Buckle. Another scarce
buckle and equally as rare as the Baby Frame. No defects or repairs
of any kind. Recovered from Fredericksburg, Va.
ITEM # N11 Carbine Lock Hammer. Not quite sure which rifle this one is
from but note the offset on the hammer. It surely appears
to belong on a ( Carbine Rifle ). Recovered near
Locust Grove, Va.