Revolutionary War Relics

RW 1. British “Brown Bess” Socket Bayonet .75 Cal.

Superb condition. Hard to find one this nice. Ca. 1770’s. Pattern. Overall length 20.25″. Socket is 3.75″.

$350.00 

RWR 2. Revolutionary War Pike Head.

Note crude construction. A relic of the 1780 Siege of Charleston, SC.

$295.00

 RW 3. Dug French 7th Regiment (Bourbonnais) Coat Button.

This fine button was cleaned by the digger. 22 mm. Typical turret type back. This regiment was composed of men from the Champagne Region. Provenance of Savannah, GA.

$165.00

RW 4. Excavated French 47th Regiment (Royal Artillery) Coat Button.

Nice button with some ground action. 21 mm. Dug near Toano, VA. off of I-64. These men hailed from Brittany but only came as Artillery and possibly transferred to other units. This regiment did not officially participate in the siege but several of these button have been found.

SOLD

RW 5. Excavated French 14th Infantry Regiment Coat Button.

Known as the “Agenois” Regiment, this button has some service wear but is in very good condition. 22 mm. Dug long ago at the site of the 1781 Siege of Yorktown, VA.

$225.00

RW 6. Excavated French 16th Regt. Infantry Coat Button.

Known as the “Agenois” Regiment. Nice looking button, 22 mm. Dug near Yorktown, VA.

$225.00

RW 7. French 15th Regt. Infantry Coat Button.

Large size, 22 mm. Cleaned by the digger. Found in the camp of the 13th Regiment west of Williamsburg, VA.

$145.00

RW 8. Dug French 47th Infantry Regt. Cuff Button.

Nice button with some ground action. 18 mm. Dug near Yorktown, VA. (Gloucester Point) These men hailed from Brittany but only came as Artillery and possibly transferred to other units. This regiment did not officially participate in the siege but several of these button have been found.

SOLD 

 RW 9. Dug French 36th Infantry Regt. Cuff Button.

Nice looking example. This unit was also known as the “Aquitaine” Regt. 18mm. Dug west of Colonial Williamsburg, VA.

$125.00

 RW 10. Revolutionary War 18 lb. Shot from Willsboro Point, Westport, NY.

Found long ago, probably eyeballed by Marshall Fish who was an early amateur archaeologist in the Fort Ticonderoga, Lake Champlain Area. His collection of French- Indian War and Revolutionary War relics was passed down to Carroll Lonergan Sr. and then to Carroll Lonergan Jr. Both of whom are now deceased. This particular Cannon Ball is in superb condition, most likely British as it is well made. Note the “T” scratched into the ball. A relic of the 1777 Saratoga Campaign.

SOLD 

RWR 11. British “Brown Bess” Musket Bayonet.

Fine example in attic condition. Designed for the .75 Cal. British Military Musket.

$350.00