Army of Tennesee Civil War Relics Authentic
Army of Tennesee Civil War Relics Authentic
☰ Menu

American Civil War Relics (and other things of interest)

Nice State of Georgia marked P-53 Barnett Enfield Rifle Musket .577 Cal. delivered in 1862 by the Blockade Runner “Economist”.

These guns are exceedingly rare especially in this condition. Only about 20 are known to still exist in this configuration. Lock is clearly marked “BARNETT LONDON” and functions crisply. All metal surfaces are smooth with an untouched and consistent patina. Original long range sight is present. The stock is remarkable for its condition and its markings. There is a large letter “G” stamped into the side of the butt stock. It is weak but definitely there and my pictures don’t do it justice. Adjacent to the top side butt plate tang is the “CH over 1” within a circle cartouche. This is the stamp for viewing team Issac Curtis and Charles Hughes whose mark is found strictly on Confederate guns. The butt plate toe has manifest # 2208 clearly stamped into it which places this Enfield in the range listed on the Blockade Runner “Economist” manifest. This weapon was delivered in mid March, 1862 at Charleston Harbor, SC. Let us now further note the condition of the stock with its well defined edges and very minor service wear. No cracks or repairs. Original ramrod is present and unmarked which is proper for this configuration. Bore is superb with sharp rifling. Serious Confederate collectors know how rare this gun is and it does come straight from a long time and high quality private arms collection. 

$7995.00

 

 

 

Native America.

We have just purchased a large and extraordinary group of Native American Artifacts recently deaccessioned from the Hunter Museum of Art in Chattanooga TN. All of these objects were LEGALLY recovered many years ago by professional archaeologists and most bear museum catalog numbers. There is a variety of cultures represented here including Mississippian, Caddo, Quachita, Mayan, Colima and Ecuadorean. We stand 100% behind the authenticity of all of these artifacts as well as the ability to collect them without fear of confiscation by misguided and ham handed authorities. 

 

 

New Civil War Weapons

 

We are set up to process all major credit cards. There is a 4% processing charge associated with these transactions. This is necessary due to PCI Compliance and higher fees associated with keyed in transactions via phone. Margins can also be very tight with the artifacts I offer, particularly with consignments. We are required to collect State Sales Tax from residents of Tennessee (9.75%).

 

 

 

Open 6 days a week!

                                                                                                                                                         

Richard R. Miller

We are honored to represent such a fine artist. I have seen them all and Richard is the master. His portraits are done in the classical style and are simply superb. He loves to work on Civil War subjects and offers original portraits and limited edition giclees on canvas.