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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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Norwich University Cadet Uniform Button

The oldest private military college in the United States!

Norwich turned out hundreds of officers and soldiers who fought in President Abraham Lincoln's Union armies during the Civil War!


2 piece, convex, non-excavated coat size uniform button. 3/4 inches in diameter. Face of the button has spread winged eagle with shield, and is holding arrows and olive branches in its talons, and retains almost 100% of its gold gilt finish. On the top of the eagle are the raised letters, "Cadet," and below it is "N.U.," for...  

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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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Civil War Cannon Friction Primer Excavated at Gettysburg

Recovered along the Emmitsburg Road in an area occupied by Confederate troops during the battle of Gettysburg, on July 2, 1863!

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...  

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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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1864 Pittston, Pennsylvania Bank Check

Signed by prominent Pennsylvania merchant, coal operator & land speculator

7 1/4 x 2 3/4, imprinted document, filled out in ink. Illustration of a sailor seated on a cotton bale and holding an American flag, with a barrel and sexton at left. Sailing ship and goods at upper right, 2 cents George Washington hand cancelled revenue tax stamp at upper left. Drawn on The Pittston Bank, Pittston, Penna., Jany. 6, 1864. Pay to A.C. Thompson, $11.98. Signed at lower right by J.B. Schooley. Minor age toning and wear. Cut cancelled. Very fine Civil War...  

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General George Washington

Civil War patriotic imprint with a standing illustration of General George Washington in uniform. Motto below: "Let us cherish his memory, And emulate his example." Light age toning.

***See our Patriotic Imprints section to read more information about this item.  

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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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Mercer Brigade, New Jersey State Militia Letter Sheet & Cover

This imprinted folio letter sheet measures 7 3/4 x 9 3/4, with vignette of the New Jersey State Seal at upper left with the motto, "Liberty And Prosperity." Imprint at upper right, "HEAD-QUARTERS, Mercer Brigade, New Jersey State Militia, 186_. Excellent condition. Comes with a large business size envelope, 8 1/4 x 3 1/2, with the New Jersey State Seal at left, with imprint above, "State of New Jersey." Imprint at upper right, "HEAD-QUARTERS, Mercer Brigade, N.J.S.M." Mfg. imprint, A.W. Orr, N.Y. Very fine. Extremely...  

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1863 Twenty Cents, George Washington, Confederate Stamps

Block of four Confederate postage stamps

Scott #13, green. Block of four Confederate postage stamps. Features a full face portrait of Revolutionary War General-in-Chief, and the 1st President of the United States, George Washington. These stamps were printed by Archer & Daly, in Richmond, Va., and their earliest known use was on June 1, 1863.
 

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Gettysburg Advertisement Lot

LEE, LONGSTREET & PICKETT

Includes 8 x 10, black & white advertisement photograph featuring stars of the movie, Martin Sheen, as General Robert E. Lee, Tom Berenger, as General James Longstreet, & Stephen Lang, as General George E. Pickett all wearing their Confederate uniforms. Advertising imprint below the images, GETTYSBURG, the Turner Pictures Civil War epic whose scale, drama and moving performances touched audiences and critics alike, comes to TNT in its full theatrical length as a two-part miniseries. The sweeping film adaption of...  

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