Army of Tennesee Civil War Relics Authentic
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Civil War Cartridges

CART 1. Confederate “French Dragoon” Rifle Musket Cartridge .69 Cal.

This off the charts rare Confederate made cartridge is the exact one pictured in Dean Thomas’ book “Round Ball to Rimfire” Vol. 4, page 238 Fig. 580. The distinct bullet housed within this cartridge has a triangular shaped cavity and they are mostly recovered in Western Theater sites. See M&M # 264 for type. The Confederate Arsenal (probably Augusta or Columbus GA.) produced these after the English Pattern identical to their version of the .577 Cal. Enfield-Pritchett Cartridge.

$950.00

 

CART 2. Scarce .54 Cal. Cartridge for Austrian and Mississippi Rifles.

Most likely a Confederate Cartridge. Superb condition and a great item to display with your Austrian or Mississippi Rifle.

$150.00

 

CART 3. Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .37 Cal.

Scarce cartridge in this caliber. Very good condition. This carbine was very much favored by the Confederacy who received large quantities of these weapons prior to the war. Some of the smaller caliber Maynard Carbines went to Florida, Georgia and Mississippi units.

$75.00

 

CART 4. U.S. Gallager Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Remarkable condition. A fitting companion to a Gallager Carbine.

SOLD

 

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CART 5. U.S. Burnside Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .54 Cal.

Untouched since the war, just as it was found in a leather Carbine Cartridge Box with several others.

SOLD 

 

CART 6. U.S. Rifle Musket Cartridge .69 Cal.

Twelve of these were found packed in an identified Pennsylvania Soldier’s Cartridge box. This cartridge is complete and in good condition. I have shown three photos of a broken one to illustrate what is inside. These were designed with a separate paper “powder charger” behind the bullet which is the truncated cone three ring variant.

SOLD

 

CART 7. Dug US Agar “Coffee Mill” Machine Gun Cartridge .58 Cal.

Rare cast iron cartridge body with original percussion cap. Found near Richmond VA. (Seven Days Campaign). 

$295.00

 

CART 8. CS/US “Buck and Ball” Cartridge .69 Cal.

Excellent condition. This type has the buck shot loaded below the ball. Perfect accessory for your M-1816 through M-1842 Military Smooth Bore Musket. Ex. Tom Henrique collection.

$275.00

 

 CART 9. Slant Breech Sharps Carbine Cartridge .44 Cal.

Not shown in M&M. A rarity, especially in this condition.

$495.00

 

CART 10. Slant Breech Sharps Carbine Cartridge .36 Cal.

M&M # 53. Any Tie-Ring Sharps Cartridge is rare. This one is a beauty.

$795.00

 

CART 11. Gomez and Mills .36 Multi-ring Sharps for Slant Breech Carbine.

Another rare cartridge that you just don’t see for sale. Has a piece of brown tape covering a powder leak.

$1350.00

 

CART 12. US Smith Cavalry Carbine Cartridge. Carboard Cased Variant .50 Cal.

This mid war type was an improvement over the rubber cased cartridge which tended to get stuck in the breech. Excellent condition. Ex. Tom Henrique collection.

$150.00

 

CART 13. Confederate Cavalry Buckshot Cartridge .69 Cal. 

Unusual pattern with four tiers of buckshot balls tied by string. Used in muskets and shotguns by mounted troops and effective in close range scraps. Ex. Dean Thomas collection.

$650.00

 

CART 14. Excavated US Henry Repeating Rifle Cartridge .44 Cal.

 Perfect dug cartridge. This is the scarcer flat nose variant. Found near Colonial Heights, VA. 

$55.00

 

CART 15. Dug US Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Early war pattern with flat nose. Flawless dug condition. Found near Eastport MS.

SOLD 

 

CART 16. Dug US Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Early war pattern with pointed nose. Flawless dug condition. Found near Eastport MS.

$85.00 

 

CART 17. Selma Arsenal Smoothbore Musket Cartridge .69 Cal. 

This rare Confederate made cartridge is the exact one pictured in Dean Thomas’ book “Round Ball to Rimfire” Vol. 4, page 183 Fig. 133. See also M&M page 84, fig. 45. Condition is superb and it came from a Selma AL. Arsenal marked package. This would be a fine accessory to your Confederate carried .69 Cal. Musket. Ex. Dean Thomas collection.

$650.00

 

CART 18. Rare 10 Gauge Buckshot Cartridge by Eley.

Scarce cartridge in great condition with original orange Eley label. The buckshot is packed in a wire cage wrapped with paper. These were imported from England for use by Confederate Cavalry forces in their shotguns.

$125.00

 

CART 19. US Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Perfect brass cased cartridge. Early type with pointed nose. Display with your first or second model Maynard Carbine.

$75.00

 

CART 20. Early US Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Very rare 1st type with round ball. Display with your first or second model Maynard Carbine.

$225.00

 

CART 21. US Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Perfect brass cased cartridge. Common flat tipped variant. Display with your first or second model Maynard Carbine.

SOLD

 

CART 22. US Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .37 Cal.

Scarce cartridge in flawless condition. Display with your first model .37 Cal. Maynard Carbine.

$95.00

 

CART 23. Tranter Revolver Cartridge by Eley, 84 Gauge. 

Tranter Revolvers and cartridges were imported from England by the Confederacy in considerable quantities. See Dean Thomas’ book “Round Ball to Rimfire” Vol. 4, page 177 Fig. 71 for reference. This rare and original cartridge is in superb condition and would be a fitting accessory to your Tranter or Adams Revolver.

$150.00

 

CART 32. Confederate Tie Ring Sharps Cartridge .52 Cal. 

Rare cartridge in excellent condition and ready to display with your Sharps rifle. See Dean Thomas’ book “Round Ball to Rimfire” Vol. 4, page 194, fig. 207 for reference.

$450.00

 

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CART 33. Type II US Williams Cleaner Cartridge .58 Cal.

High quality example with blue paper. Ex. Tom Henrique collection.

SOLD