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)

Remington “Old Model” 1858 Army Revolver, Holster and 6th Plate Tintype Identified to Corporal Thomas E. Morrison, Co. F, 18th VA. Vol. Cavalry Regt. C.S.A.

This remarkable Confederate grouping surfaced at the family’s estate auction in Gore VA. on May 17, 1997. Condition of the revolver is very good. There is substantial blue finish remaining on the frame and barrel. All matching serial # 48223 on frame, cylinder and barrel. Cocking, cylinder rotation and trigger mechanism functions tightly. The original walnut grips are also in great condition with Morrison’s initials “TM” carved on one side. There is a US Military Inspectors Cartouche present on the same grip. The holster is in good condition as well with supple leather and intact latch tab. Leather plug at tip is missing in action. Holster has been with the gun since the war. Morrison’s 6th plate tintype is clear and he is shown seated with his kepi though not in typical uniform. A notebook accompanies the grouping that contains Morrison’s service records and other family information but I cannot access it at the time of this writing. Later on, I will add more information. The 18th VA, Cavalry participated in many notable campaigns and raids including Gettysburg, and many actions in the Shenandoah Valley area including the Battle of New Market.




Excavated Weapons and Early US Militia Insignia. 


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


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