Army of Tennesee Civil War Relics Authentic
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Civil War Cartridges

CART 1. Confederate Gardner Rifle Musket Cartridge .577 Cal.

How long has it been since you have seen one of these offered? Very good condition with only a couple of small perforations. A fine compliment to your Richmond Rifle or Confederate Enfield. Very rare.

$695.00 HOLD B.P.


CART 2. Type I Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Flawless example. This carbine was very much favored by the Confederacy who received large quantities of these weapons prior to the war. This is the early war pointed type.



CART 3. 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.



CART 4. Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .37 Cal.

Scarce cartridge in this caliber. Excellent 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.



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CART 5. Rubber Cased Smith Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Flawless example. Early type. These are quite scarce in non excavated condition.



CART 6. U.S. Smith Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

A beauty. They don’t get any better. Scarcer cardboard type.



CART 7. Requa Billinghurst Battery Gun Cartridge .58 Cal.

M&M # 132. High quality example of this distinct Civil War Cartridge.



CART 8. U.S. Ballard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .44 Cal.

These wartime cartridges are scarce, fantastic condition too.

$95.00 HOLD


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CART 9. Enfield Rifle Musket Cartridge .577 Cal.

Excellent condition. These were imported through the Federal Blockade from England by the Confederacy. Perfect for displaying with your Confederate Enfield Rifle Musket, Rifle or Carbine.



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CART 10. Whitworth Sniper Rifle Cartridge .45 Cal.

Cylindrical variant as used by the Confederates in our Civil War. Seldom seen for sale and this one is flawless.



CART 11. U.S. Gallagher Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Remarkable condition. A fitting companion to a Gallagher Carbine.



CART 12. 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.



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CART 13. Tranter Revolver Cartridge by Eley .36 Cal.

Scarce paper cartridge with original “ELEY” label and pull ribbon.



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CART 14. Adams Patent for Tranter Cartridge .44 Cal.

Rare early Adams Cartridge with original brass charger and washer. This type has the spike in the base that retained the washer. These are sometimes dug in Confederate camps.



CART 15. U.S. Merrill Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .54 Cal. from original box.

Excellent condition and right out of the box. Paper wrap has only very minor cracks. Original blue box has a flawless original label and is also for sale. A great accessory to your Civil War Merrill Carbine.

Cartridge $150.00, Box is $295.00


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CART 16. Gatling Gun Cartridge .58 Cal. Long Variant.

M&M # 130. Scarce Civil War Cartridge. These saw use late in the war, notably the Petersburg Campaign.



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CART 17. Gatling Gun Cartridge .58 Cal.

M&M # 131. Scarce Civil War Cartridge. These saw use late in the war, notably the Petersburg Campaign.



CART 18. 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.



 CART 19. Rare M-1858 Morse Carbine or Rifle Cartridge .58 Cal. 

Excellent condition. Extremely rare Cartridge from what I believe to be George W. Morse’s work in Nashville prior to moving his operation to South Carolina.



CART 20. Morse Carbine “Seamed” Cartridge .54 Cal.

Another rare experimental cartridge designed by George W. Morse.



CART 21. Morse Carbine “Stepped” Cartridge .48 Cal.

An experimental Carbine Cartridge designed and produced by Morse. No known example of the .48 Cal. weapon survives. Extremely rare cartridge. Only two known to exist.



CART 22. Confederate Ringtail Sharps Cartridge .56 Cal.

M&M # 62. Flawless condition. Untouched. Perfect to display with your Confederate Carbine.



CART 23. Two Ring Sharps “Slanting Breech” Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

M&M # 41. Very rare and flawless!



 CART 24. Slant Breech Sharps Carbine Cartridge .44 Cal.

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



CART 25. Slant Breech Sharps Carbine Cartridge .36 Cal.

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



CART 26. 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.



CART 27. Sharps Pistol Carbine Cartridge .36 Cal.

M&M #44. Here is a scarce one. Very good condition. Minor weak spot stabilized with glue.



CART 28. Dug U.S. Agar Machine Gun Cartridge Tube .58 Cal.

These are very rare and you just don’t see them for sale. This iron cartridge tube would have contained a bullet very similar to a Williams Cleaner. The cartridges were fed into a hopper and the firing mechanism was activated by a crank. Nipple intact. Dug near Richmond VA.