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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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Knapsack Hook Recovered from Culp's Hill, Gettysburg

Brass, triangular knapsack hook that measures 1 1/4 inches wide, by 1 1/4 inches high. The brass surface shows typical age discoloration and some green patina is visible. The hook is solid and complete. The knapsack hook was located on the knapsack's shoulder straps. This example was once part of the famous Rosensteel collection of Gettysburg relics that formed the core of the Gettysburg National Museum collection. Founded in 1921, by the Rosensteel family, this is one of the most famous collections of Civil War relics that was ever assembled. John...  

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Relic from the Confederate Ironclad War Ship Virginia

Wood salvaged from the C.S.S. Virginia, also commonly known as the Merrimack

The C.S.S. Virginia, more commonly known as the "Merrimack," fought the Federal Ironclad U.S.S. Monitor, in the first ever duel between ironclad warships, on March 9, 1862, at Hampton Roads, Virginia

The CSS Virginia was the first steam-powered ironclad warship of the Confederate States Navy, built during the first year of the American Civil War; she was constructed as a case mate ironclad using the raised and cut down hull of the scuttled U.S.S....  

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Relics from the Confederate Blockade Runner Minho

Sunk in 1862 off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina.

The "Minho" ran the Union blockade between Charleston, S.C., and Bermuda. On October 2nd, 1862, she ran aground and was struck by a shell from the U.S.S. "Flambeau," while trying to enter Charleston Harbor. Her cargo consisted of arms for the Confederate Army.

This lot includes a .577 caliber Confederate Enfield bullet, and a brass percussion cap.

Confederate marine relics are rare and quite desirable.
 

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Saddle Ring Recovered at Gettysburg

Solid brass saddle ring with patina that measures 1 5/8 inches in diameter. This relic was found along the Chambersburg Pike west of Herr's Ridge, which was the position of the Confederate Army, on July 1, 1863, during the battle of Gettysburg. It was in this general vicinity that the opening shots of the battle were fired.

WBTS Trivia: The famous Battle of Gettysburg commenced early on the morning of July 1, 1863. The first shot was said to be fired by a Union cavalry officer in General John Buford's command, along the Chambersburg Pike, 3 miles...  

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Enfield Bayonet Scabbard Throat Recovered at Gettysburg

Found on Culp's Hill

From the Confederate States Armory and Museum collection of Gettysburg!


This is the brass throat only of an Enfield bayonet scabbard. Measures 1 1/4 inches long, and 1 inch wide. With green patina typically found on dug brass relics. There is a vertical split on one side of the piece. Excavated at Culp's Hill which played an important role in all 3 days of the battle. Ex-Fred Edmunds museum collection. An old friend of mine when I lived in Gettysburg, Fred owned and operated the Confederate States Armory and...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem9479: Confederate .577 Caliber Enfield Bullet Recovered at Gettysburg

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Confederate .577 Caliber Enfield Bullet Recovered at Gettysburg

From the famous Shields Museum collection of Gettysburg!

Confederate .577 caliber Enfield bullet with cone cavity recovered on the first day's battlefield, of July 1, 1863, west of the town, near the Chambersburg Pike. Very desirable Gettysburg relic.

Arthur "Ott" Shields opened a museum on the Chambersburg Pike, west of Gettysburg, near the General F. Reynolds equestrian monument, in 1925. Shields had one of the earliest and most comprehensive Gettysburg relic collections which rivaled the best museums in town including...  

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U.S.S. Cairo, Civil War Ironclad, Wood Relic

Sunk in the Yazoo River, Mississippi, on December 12, 1862

The city-class gunboat, U.S.S. Cairo, was built by James Eads & Co., at Mound City, IL., in 1861. The ironclad was named after the city of Cairo, Illinois. She was commissioned in January 1862, and served in the Union Navy's Western Gunboat Flotilla on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers.

In 1862, she was active in the occupation of Nashville, Memphis and Clarksville, Tenn., and played a prominent role in the capture of Fort Pillow. On December 12, 1862, as part of the Yazoo Pass...  

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Wood From The Gallows Where The Lincoln Conspirators Were Hung

Includes a wood fragment that originated from the scaffold used to execute the four Lincoln conspirators; Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold and George Atzerodt, on July 7, 1865, just after 1 P.M., on a sweltering 100 degree Washington afternoon, in the prison yard of the Old Arsenal Penitentiary. Beautifully presented in a scarlett suede mat with florentine gold trim. Measures about 8 x 10. The wood relic is housed at the center of the display under a 3X magnifying cover. Above is an Alexander Gardner copy photograph of the four dead conspirators...  

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Civil War Relics From the Battle of Secessionville, South Carolina

Includes frame of a small buckle which measures 7/8 x 3/4, a cuff size Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Civil War period uniform button complete with the shank. The face of the button has a vignette of an arm wielding a sword, and Mass. Volunteer Militia around the edges. Manufacturers imprint on the reverse is D. Evans & Co., Extra. Also includes three .58 caliber 3 ring bullets commonly known as minie' balls. These Civil War artifacts were recovered at Secessionville, South Carolina, and come displayed in a 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 glass faced case with red velvet...  

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Civil War Flag Fragments

A Piece of Civil War History!

Civil War flag fragments display. Nicely set in an 8 x 6 1/4, lucite frame, are original red, white and blue flag fragments, which measure about, 4 x 3 1/2 inches, with descriptive text, and a copy photograph of a Civil War soldier posing next to an American flag. The description reads in part: A Piece of Civil War History. The above red, white and blue flag fragments were once part of a large 34 star United States flag that flew during the Civil War. The 34 star patterns were flown from July 4, 1861, until July...  

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Last CSA Flag to Fly Over Fort Sumter, South Carolina

One of the most desirable flags in War Between The States history!

A fragment of the 2nd National Confederate flag that flew over Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina until it was evacuated by the Rebels on February 17th, 1865, once owned by General Thomas Abram Huguenin. He was present at the capture of Fort Sumter on April 12th & 13th, 1861 and commanded the rear guard at the evacuation of Morris Island. He was in command of Fort Sumter from July of 1864 to February 17, 1865 and was the last to leave the fort. Two months after...  

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Relic From Confederate General Stonewall Jackson's House

This piece of coverlet was owned by Colonel Elijah W. Penny who had service in three Indiana Union regiments and was wounded six times. The period note that came with this relic identifies the coverlet as being taken out of Stonewall Jackson's house after the "U.S. Civil War in 1865." A Xerox copy of the original note is included with the COA. Colonel Perry was discharged in Charlotte, N.C. in late 1865 and obviously obtained this souvenir during his return home west either personally or from an officer friend. During the Civil War the house was...  

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