Army of Tennesee Civil War Relics Authentic
Army of Tennesee Civil War Relics Authentic
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American Civil War Relics (and other things of interest)

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Jack W. Melton Collection of WW II Helmets

Many are battlefield struck, some identified, quite a few have great provenance. The core of the collection once belonged to the late Mike Miner who had one of the best WW II collections in the country.



WW 1. Fantastic Grouping of Omaha Beach War Relics found by Nigel Flitter on the 30th Anniversary of the Normandy Invasions. June 6th, 1974. 

These artifacts were carefully collected back in 1974 (when you could still find things) by Nigel Flitter, an Englishman who had an interest in WW II, and attended the memorial services on the 30th Anniversary of the D-Day Invasions (June, 1974). He found a very nice German M-1840 Helmet in the dunes that still retains remnants of a decal and original paint. There is a fragment of an American Landing Craft that he found on the beach, a fragment of a concrete German Bunker and a section of German barbed wire to round things out, each has a detailed label with exact provenance as he found them. Just imagine the drama witnessed by these mute participants on that fateful day, June 6th, 1944, “Bloody Omaha”. Ex. Mike Miner/Jack W. Melton collection.




Collection of Native American and other Pre Columbian ceramics.

Caddo, Anasazi, Mayan and others. Many are complete, some reconstructed and restored.



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Viking and Medieval Weapons displayed on custom stands with engraved plaques.


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