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CIVIL WAR MEMORABILIA > Relics

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All relics that we sell that are attributed to a certain battle or battlefield are obtained on private property with the consent of the owner, or they come from old time 19th century or early 20th century collections. We've also acquired some relics from defunct museums and G.A.R. Post collections. We do not buy or sell any artifacts that were obtained from Federal or State property.

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Flat Coin Button Excavated at Gettysburg

Recovered at Pickett's Charge Field, Gettysburg

From the famous Rosensteel Gettysburg collection


Excavated, large size, flat coin button. It Measures 1 1/4 inches in diameter, and is complete with shank on the verso. Shows typical aging and wear with a green patina. Found in the field where Pickett's Charge occurred. It was recovered by the late Gettysburg relic hunter John Cullison, who excavated Civil War artifacts at Gettysburg from 1935-1959. Mr. Cullison passed it on to the famous Rosensteel family of Gettysburg where it remained...  

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Civil War Cannon Friction Primer Excavated at Gettysburg

Recovered at Culp's Hill, Gettysburg

From the famous Rosensteel Gettysburg collection


Excavated friction primer. This is a short copper tube that would have been filled with gun powder, and it has a perpendicular spur that would have been filled with a priming mixture. It was a device used to initiate the firing of a muzzle loading cannon. The friction primer was inserted into the vent of a cannon, and when it was ignited it caused a spark like a match that ignited the powder charge within the cannon chamber which caused the gun to...  

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President Abraham Lincoln Hair & Death Bed Bandage Display

On the night of April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was mortally wounded at Ford's Theater, on 10th Street, Washington, D.C., by the famous actor John Wilkes Booth. President Lincoln was carried across the street to a back bedroom inside the Petersen boarding house where he died at 7:22 A.M. on April 15th.

Included in this display is a fragment of a gauze bandage that was used in the care of President Lincoln. The bandage fragment originated from the Herman Rudd Collection in Buffalo, New York, and was previously in the collection of the...  

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Framed Display, Fabric Taken From the Chair of Jefferson Davis

Recovered during the fall of Richmond, Virginia, April 3, 1865

The period note that was attached to this souvenir fabric remnant attests that it was removed from the Presidential chair of Jefferson Davis in the Confederate House of Representatives, on April 3rd, 1865, as Union troops and support forces entered the city. The note is written by George D. Murray and states, "A piece of the covering of the Pres. Chair in the House of Representatives taken at the time of occupation of Richmond by the Union troops, April 3rd, 1865, by George...  

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Brass Rivet Recovered at Gettysburg

Excavated along the Taneytown Road near the Pennsylvania State Memorial

From the famous Rosensteel Gettysburg collection


Brass rivet from a leather accoutrement with a piece of the original leather still attached. Measures 1/2 inches in diameter. This relic was recovered along the Taneytown Road, on the Gettysburg Battlefield, near the area where the Pennsylvania State Memorial is located. It was recovered by the late Gettysburg relic hunter John Cullison, who excavated Civil War artifacts at Gettysburg from 1935-1959. Mr. Cullison...  

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.58 Caliber 3 Ring Minie' Bullet Recovered at Gettysburg

Excavated along the Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg Battlefield

From the famous Rosensteel Gettysburg collection


Dropped .58 caliber, three ring "minie'" bullet. Although not round like their name indicates, these bullets were commonly known as "minie' balls," and were the regulation ammunition for the Springfield rifle musket and typical of the kind used by the armies of the North and the South during the War Between the States, 1861-65. Recovered along the Baltimore Pike, by the late Gettysburg relic hunter John...  

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.52 Caliber Bullet Recovered, East Cavalry Battlefield, Gettysburg

The famous cavalry clash between General J.E.B. Stuart & General David McMurtrie Gregg was fought here on July 3, 1863!

From the famous Rosensteel Gettysburg collection


Dropped .52 caliber bullet recovered at East Cavalry battlefield at Gettysburg, by the late Gettysburg relic hunter John Cullison, who excavated Civil War artifacts at Gettysburg from 1935-1959. Mr. Cullison passed it on to the famous Rosensteel family of Gettysburg where it remained in their private collection until it was released in 1996. Very popular Gettysburg...  

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Cap Box Finial Recovered at Gettysburg

Excavated at the Slyder Farm, near the Round Tops

From the famous Rosensteel Gettysburg collection


Brass cap box finial, that measures 3/4 inches in length. It was recovered on the Slyder Farm, on the Gettysburg Battlefield, by the late Gettysburg relic hunter John Cullison, who excavated Civil War artifacts at Gettysburg from 1935-1959. Mr. Cullison passed it on to the famous Rosensteel family of Gettysburg where it remained in their private collection until it was released in 1996. Popular Gettysburg relic.

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Star of Light Pin Recovered at Gettysburg

Lapel pin that measures 3/4 inches in diameter. The face of the pin has a large star design adorned with oak leaves around the outer edges. At the bottom of the star there is a riband with the slogan, "Star Of Light" within it. The words "Star Of Light" are all very clear and easily read on the original pin. My scan does not do the banner justice. The reverse of the pin has two studs but the fastening clasp is missing. Old white paint with a black "G" written within it by the relic hunter on the reverse to indicate that this...  

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.577 Enfield Bullet Recovered at Gettysburg

Excavated on the first day's battlefield

From the famous Rosensteel Gettysburg collection


Dropped .577 Enfield bullet that was recovered near the Herr Tavern on the 1st day's Gettysburg Battlefield, by the late Gettysburg relic hunter John Cullison, who excavated Civil War artifacts at Gettysburg from 1935-1959. Mr. Cullison passed it on to the famous Rosensteel family of Gettysburg where it remained in their private collection until it was released in 1996. Popular Gettysburg relic that is probably Confederate.  

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Fired Bullet Recovered on the Gettysburg Battlefield

Excavated near Little Round Top

From the famous Rosensteel Gettysburg collection


Mangled bullet, most likely a .58 caliber Minie, that was recovered near Little Round Top, on the Gettysburg Battlefield, by the late Gettysburg relic hunter John Cullison, who excavated Civil War artifacts at Gettysburg from 1935-1959. Mr. Cullison passed it on to the famous Rosensteel family of Gettysburg where it remained in their private collection until it was released in 1996. Popular Gettysburg relic.  

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.52 Caliber Sharps Bullet Recovered From Shipwreck

From the transport S.S. Governor sunk off the coast of South Carolina in 1861

.52 caliber, flat base Sharps bullet that was recovered from the shipwreck of the S.S. Governor. A Federal side wheel steamer, the Governor sank about 22 miles off the coast of Georgetown, South Carolina, in November 1861, in a very strong gale. She was carrying a marine battalion of 600 men, and supplies at the time of her sinking. Fortunately only 7 men were lost.

Georgetown, South Carolina is located about 60 miles north of Charleston, and it is the 3rd...  

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