You can reserve any relic or artwork by calling Nick Periut at 865-693-3007 or e-mailing me at email@example.com. Shop hours are Monday through Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm. We accept personal checks, money orders, and bank checks. Please make all checks out to: Nick Periut. Send payments to: Army of Tennessee Civil War Relics c/o Frameworks 8895 Town and Country Circle Knoxville, TN 37923 Layaway is available with 20% down. Terms are up to 90 days unless we agree otherwise. Default results in forfeit of all deposits. No refunds or returns on layaways
Our Shipping Information
$6.00 minimum shipping and packaging charge. We have a UPS store next door. Priority and First Class from the USPS is the most reliable and therefore what I mostly use. Registered mail is what I recommend for expensive items with high insurance coverage.
All relics and memorabilia are guaranteed authentic forever and you have a three day inspection period to return any item that you may not be satisfied with. Please return all relics in the same condition that they were sent and you will receive a full refund minus the postage.
If you are interested in in selling a relic collection, you may wish to consider consignment. It takes longer than selling outright but you will get top dollar for your relics and I take care of the marketing, shipping, collecting payments and all liabilities. You
get paid immediately when your items sell. Consignment is this simple: You decide what you have to have for your item, and I will do what I can to get that for you. My minimum commission is 15% and there is some flexibility on high dollar items. I consistently find buyers for quality relics.
Sell us your relics
I am always looking to buy quality American Civil War relics. I personally collect Images, Belt Buckles and Plates, Artillery Shells, rare bullets and buttons.
If you have an item you are considering selling, please do not hesitate to give me a call or e-mail.
I offer free unwritten appraisals and can also provide (for a fee)
a certificate of appraisal for insurance and legal purposes.
I buy with a collectors eye. I try to be as discriminating as I can and only want to offer the most honest, untouched and best quality items to my fellow collectors. I simply can’t afford to keep it all and I get just as much pleasure passing great pieces of American History through my hands as I do in collecting it. This is a hobby for me and it puts me into close proximity to some amazing people, some of whom write the books and do the research on the great struggle and it’s many artifacts.
I set up at most of the major shows and really enjoy the opportunity to meet with my fellow collectors and dealers. I can’t say enough about my friends, mentors and those whose help and knowledge have been a real blessing to me. I would like to recognize some of them here on my site in no particular order:
Tom and Bill Hays
Terry and Bobby Hammonds
Nick Harris / Karen Eubanks
Albert and Joan Jewell
Bill and Brendan Synammon
Jack and Peggy Melton
Steve and Tricia Mullinax
William and Lewis Leigh
Dave Kornely “Kornsnake”
Mike “Psych” Ward
Dickey and Mother Teresa Ferry
Rick and Tammy Burton
Allen Phillips /Stacy Dietz
Steve and Tammy Johnson
John and Nikki Walsh
Matt Spice (Spice Rack)
Jerry and Carol Keyes