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MS 1. Impressive Gettysburg, PA. Battlefield War Log.

I believe that is someone was to x-ray this log, there would be more projectiles in it than what you see. As it is, there are three iron canister balls and two 12 lb. spherical shell fragments visibly embedded in the log. One of these had fallen out but has been replaced. There is an old brass tag on top with “GETTYSBURG” neatly engraved on it. Log stands upright and measures approximately 2 and a half feet tall. This fine battlefield war log originally came from an old town museum or G.A.R. Hall in Holland Patent, Oneida County N.Y.

$14,500.00

 

WP 1. Very Fine State of Georgia Marked P-53 Enfield Rifle Musket .577 Cal. Delivered by the Blockade Runner “Gladiator”.

Excellent example of this rare gun with crisp “G” stamped on the butt stock. Lock is marked “R.T. PRITCHETT LONDON” and functions properly. Metal surfaces are mostly smooth with some areas of pin prick pitting around the bolster and breech area. Long range sight present. Bore has wear but is visible. Stock is very good with minor service wear and blemishes. There is a very clear “JS” over an anchor stamp at terminus of trigger guard tang. This is the mark of Confederate viewer John Southgate. Adjacent to this is stamped “PRITCHETT” who was not only the assembler but also the stock maker. A soldier’s initials “FMD” is visible next to the “G” stamp. The butt plate of the gun is stamped with #1371 which according to the manifest of the blockade runner “Gladiator” was packed into crate #81. Ramrod is original to the gun but was not numbered. A very rare Confederate gun with great markings.

$13,500.00 HOLD R.M.

 

WP 2. Near Mint US M-1863 Sharps Cavalry Carbine .52 Cal.

If you collect high condition guns, you may want to look at this one. 1863 production serial #97909. Substantial factory blue finish on the barrel and case colors on lock, frame and breech. Mechanically perfect. Bore is bright and razor sharp. All patent markings present and clear. Stock is near mint as well. Note two fine US Military Inspector Cartouches behind saddle ring bar. You will look long and hard to find another Civil War Sharps carbine of this kind of quality offered for sale.

$8500.00 HOLD R.M.

 

WP 3. Confederate “Corn Pone” Cavalry Saber.

This scarce saber is remarkably well balanced and distinct from most Confederate sabers. Almost definitively a North Carolina product. The wire wrap and leather grip are long gone. One branch of guard is broken. Blade has some areas of consistent pin prick pitting.

$1850.00 

 

WP 4. US M-1860 Colt Army Revolver .44 Cal.

Very good representative example. All matching serial #58741 (including the wedge). Consistent smooth gray-plum patina on the metal. Cylinder scene is strong although marred by scratches. Cylinder rotation and trigger mechanism is sound. One of the original walnut grips bears a US Military Inspectors Cartouche and the other has a small sliver of wood missing on the rear toe. 

$1550.00

 

MS 2. Dug Boyle and Gamble Confederate Field and Staff Officer’s Sword Guard.

Really cool dug relic. Brass guard has a fine chocolate colored patina and note “CS” surrounded by wreath of tobacco leaves. Found many years ago near Chancellorsville VA. 

$1650.00 HOLD D.C.

 

MS 3. Civil War period Glass Canteen with Leather Cover.

These are documented as being used in the Civil War. Complete with strap and stopper. Ex. Charles Darden collection.

$450.00 HOLD A.M.

 

CSBP 1. “Army of Tennessee” CS Belt Plate and original Confederate Leather Waist Belt.

Very nice Confederate buckle with all three “spun” belt hooks intact and remnants of original black paint in the background. The belt was once in Steve Mullinax’s collection and originally had a buckle on it of this exact type, but for whatever reason, it was separated. This buckle fits it quite well and looks fantastic.

$6500.00

 

CSBP 2. Dug Confederate Carbine Sling Buckle.

Scarce type, very thick and more crudely made than its Federal counterpart. Excellent condition with a slick brown patina. 

$450.00

 

WP 5. Rare College Hill Arsenal Cavalry Officer’s Saber and Scabbard.

Possibly the finest known example of this rare Nashville Tennessee made product. The original tarred canvas grip and single strand wire wrap is immaculate. Brass hand guard is also perfect with a mellow patina. Note intact leather throat washer. Blade is smooth with a graying patina and no nicks. Scabbard is also superb. Note classic brass “boat” throat as seen on other Nashville Plow Works and College Hill scabbards. Intact brass mounts and rings match patina of the guard. Typical Confederate lapped seam runs across the top edge. A certificate of authenticity from Shannon Pritchard of Old South Antiques accompanies the saber.

$9500.00

 

CWI 1. 6th Plate Cased Ruby Ambrotype of Private Josiah T. Brown, 1st VA, Vol. Infantry Regt. Co. H (Richmond Grays).

This fine image was reportedly acquired directly from the family and was for a long time part of the late Jerry Wright’s fantastic collection of Virginia Civil War photos and relics. Private Brown is wearing his Richmond Grays uniform with linen cartridge box sling and waist belt. The plain brass oval breast plate and rectangular belt plate are correct for several early Virginia Militia units. Note epaulettes and black cuffs. Image is very clear. Brown is sporting a small brass infantry horn insignia on his shako hat and is armed with a M-1842 Military Musket .69 Cal. His name is written on a folded UCV membership receipt that has forever been kept inside the leatherette case. I have yet to research this soldier’s history but can tell you something about his unit. The 1st VA. Inf. Regt. was organized from several Richmond Militia Companies and mustered into Confederate service in April of 1861. The regiment spent most of its service in Kemper’s Brigade of Gen. Pickett’s Division and suffered heavy losses on the third day at Gettysburg. Accompanied by a Certificate of Appraisal from CS Acquisitions.

$4500.00 HOLD R.M.

 

MS 4. Identified Confederate Tin Drum Canteen that belonged to Lt. D.W. Garrett of the 42nd VA. Vol. Infantry (wounded at Gettysburg) and captured by Pvt. J.H. Fahey of Co. I, 20th Connecticut Vol. Inf. Regt. (also wounded at Gettysburg).

Very fine condition with original linen sling and cork stopper. For a long time this canteen was part of Steve Mullinax’s Confederate Collection. It is photographed and published in Mike O’Donnell’s Civil War Canteens reference book (I would tell you the page # but I don’t have a copy of this book). Garrett’s name is neatly scratched on one side and Fahey’s name and regiment information is on the other side in white paint. I have an exhaustive and detailed report done on the canteen by Cara Stewart of the Horse Soldier in Gettysburg. She also compiled the service records of both soldiers which is included.

$7995.00 HOLD M.S.

 

USBP 1. Dug Ohio Volunteer Militia Belt Plate.

Very good looking plate with perfect face and full lead. Main catch broken and no doubt why it was discarded. Provenance forthcoming.

$1995.00

 

WP 6. Confederate P-53 Enfield Rifle Musket .577 Cal.

If you are interested in a real Confederate Rifle Musket, you might want to take a good look at this one. This gun apparently saw hard service but is still in remarkable condition. Metal surfaces are in good overall condition. There is some pitting and burnout on the hammer and breech. Lock mechanics are sound. Bore has service wear but is clean and rifling is still present. Ramrod and long range sight are original to the gun. Forward barrel band screw is a replacement. Stock is in good condition with sharp edges, no wood loss or repairs but some typical service wear. Note strong script  I.C. (Issac Curtis) Confederate viewer cartouche on flat opposite the lock. Stock makers name “T. HEATH” is on bottom edge of butt stock. SH over G3 (Sinclair Hamilton) under crown stamp present at terminus of butt plate tang. A solid Confederate blockade runner Enfield.

$2850.00

 

WP 7. M-1849 Colt Pocket Revolver .36 Cal.

Nice representative example. Scarce 6″ barrel. All matching serial #148381 (including the wedge). Gun metal mostly smooth with some areas of pin-prick pitting on cylinder near the nipples. Untouched attic patina. Mechanically a bit sloppy, but works. Cylinder about 40% detail left. Clean bore. Appears to be a name or initials scratched on the butt strap but I cannot make it out.

$1250.00

 

WP 8. Confederate Enlistedman’s Cavalry Saber and Scabbard.

Some experts consider this type to be a product of Boyle & Gamble. Condition is very good. Original leather grip is mostly intact. Single strand brass wire wrap is 100%.  Blade is excellent with no nicks or pitting. Lap seamed scabbard is super, matches saber perfectly. No major dents or issues. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$3995.00

 

MS 5. Gettysburg Battlefield Walking Cane with Embedded Bullet and Stanhope Scene.

This cane was fashioned from a piece of wood taken from the battlefield that has either a Confederate or Union .58 Cal. bullet embedded in it. There is also a faded Stanhope scene that is mostly faded but says “Gettysburg” underneath the image. No doubt these canes were made for old veterans attending the annual reunions. Very good condition. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$1250.00 

 

WP 9. US M-1832 Short Artillery Sword and Scabbard by Ames dated 1833.

Very fine example of this iconic American Sword. Blade is bright and well marked. Scabbard matches condition of the sword with no repairs or issues.

$1250.00

 

WP 10. Dug British “Brown Bess” Socket Bayonet .75 Cal.

Revolutionary War relic in excellent condition. Provenance uncertain but likely dug in North Carolina. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$495.00

 

MS 6. CS Richmond Rifle Musket Lock dated 1863.

Strong markings. Light oxidation can easily be cleaned. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$950.00 HOLD B.A.

 

MS 7. Matching Pair of US M-1859 Enlisted Cavalryman’s Stirrups.

Superb condition.

$250.00 

 

MS 8. US M-1859 Enlisted Cavalryman’s Bridle Bit with Rosettes.

Great condition. Nice example with both brass “US” rosettes intact. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$165.00 

 

MS 9. Civil War Period Cavalry or Horseman’s Folding Knife.

Excellent condition with hoof pick, cork screw, leather punch and two blades. Bone or antler handle. Maker marked “WARREN”. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$250.00

 

MS 10. Matching Pair of Richmond Arsenal Cavalryman’s Spurs.

Deep bronze patina. Both missing rowells. Appears to be a barn find. One spur has remnants of leather boot strap. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$795.00

 

MS 11. US Cavalryman’s Carbine Sling Swivel Marked “O.B. NORTH & Co. NEW HAVEN Ct.”.

Minty condition. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$125.00

 

MS 12. Three excavated US Cavalry Bridle Bit Rosettes.

Excellent condition. Provenance unknown. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$55.00 ea.

 

MS 13. Military Style Cavalry Bridle Bit.

Excellent condition. Identical to M-1859 pattern but without rosettes. Possibly a Confederate copy. Ex. Terry Teff coll.

$125.00 HOLD K.S.

 

WP 11. Revolutionary War British Officer’s Sword.

Nice condition for age. Ivory grip is intact. Blade has double fuller and no major pitting or issues. No scabbard. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$950.00 HOLD S.P.

 

MS 14. Civil War Rosewood Fife with Soldier’s Name, “B. Ross”.

Nice condition with large silver mounts. “B. Ross” carved into the wood. Ex. Terry Teff coll.

$150.00

 

WP 12. Dug US M-1859 Sharps Rifle Saber Bayonet.

Complete and in very good condition. Brass handle has been cleaned long ago. Provenance unknown. Ex. Terry Teff coll.

$350.00

 

MS 15. CS Richmond Rifle Musket Lock dated 1864.

Off center “C.S. RICHMOND VA.” stamp. Missing screw and mainspring. Light oxidation can easily be cleaned. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$950.00 

 

MS 16. U.S. M-1859 “Bullseye” Canteen Found on Culp’s Hill, Gettysburg PA. Battlefield.

Excellent condition. “CULP’S HILL” written in very old white paint. I firmly believe this canteen to have legitimate early provenance. Ex. Terry Teff collection.

$995.00

 

WP 13. Dug Confederate Fayetteville Rifle Saber Bayonet.

Complete example with classic fish scale handle. Blade had been re-sharpened at some point, probably by the farmer who found it. Brass handle has been cleaned. Provenance unknown. Ex. Terry Teff coll.

$895.00

 

MS 17. U.S. Mexican War Coat Buttons and Shako Hat Insignia.

Nicely composed display case features a Mexican War era one piece U.S. Artillery button and one piece silver plated Infantry Button. The Shako insignia is from an 1845 New York Militia cap. Also silver plated.

$250.00

 

MS 20. Sergeants Combination Tool for Enfield Rifle Musket.

Excellent condition and a great piece to compliment your Enfield.

$295.00

 

MS 21. US M-1870 Trapdoor Springfield Combination Tool.

Perfect example to display with your US M-1870 Springfield Rifle

$35.00

 

MS 22. US Marked Tumbler Punch for M-1855 and M-1861 Springfield Rifle Musket.

Superb condition and stamped on both sides.

$45.00

 

MS 23. US M-1855 and M-1861 Springfield Rifle Musket Mainspring Vise Marked “U.S.”.

Another perfect accessory for your Springfield.

SOLD

 

MS 24. US M-1863 Springfield Rifle Musket Combination Tool.

Perfect example to display with your US M-1863 Springfield or Contract Rifle Musket.

$45.00

 

MS 25. P-53 Enfield Rifle Musket and Carbine Tompion .577 Cal.

Perfect compliment for your P-53! Immaculate condition. Real ones are hard to come by.

SOLD

 

MS 26. US M-1855, 1861 and 1863 Springfield Rifle Musket Tompion .58 Cal.

For display with your Rifle Musket. Excellent condition.

SOLD

 

MS 27. Saber Bayonet Adapter.

Mostly used on rifles like the M-1841, but also used on other types of guns. Numbered 459. Possibly Confederate. Note file marks.

SOLD

 

MS 28. Wiper/Worm for .69 Cal. Musket.

Very good example of this essential tool. Display with M-1816 or M-1842 musket.

$35.00

 

WP 14. Dug Confederate “Bridle Cutter” Pike.

Ex. Walter Lineberger collection.

$495.00 HOLD G.H.

 

WP 15. US M-1835 Springfield Military Musket .69 Cal. Converted to Percussion with Battle Damage.

Dated 1839 0n the lock and 1840 on the barrel. Very good condition. Lock is mechanically sharp. Barrel appears to have been struck by a projectile. Original ramrod present. Stock has multiple US Military Inspector Cartouches.

SOLD

 

WP 16. US M-1858 Smith Cavalry Carbine .50 Cal.

Very early serial # 5323. Good overall condition and a good representative example. Mechanically sound. Clear markings. Stock has repair at wrist.

SOLD

 

WP 17. US M-1860 Gallager Cavalry Carbine Converted for Spencer Cartridge .56-52 Cal.

The carbine offered here is one of the 5,000 Gallager carbines that were converted to take the Spencer 56-52 cartridge. The nipple was replaced by a firing pin and an extractor was added. These were originally contracted for in March of 1865 with delivery in May of that same year. Condition is good overall. Mechanically sound. Leaf on long range site is missing. Stock exhibits saddle wear from hard campaigning.

$1495.00

 

WP 18. US M-1842 Military Pistol by H. ASTON .54 Cal. 

Good representative example. Lock functions properly. Marked on lock plate “US / H. ASTON” in front of the hammer and “MIDDtn / CONN / 1849”  left of hammer. Smooth metal surfaces. Barrel has strong  proofs and inspector markings and is dated 1850. Stock is in good shape with typical service dings and a small area of wood loss under the swivel ramrod. There is a Military Inspector’s Cartouche on flat opposite the lock.

$850.00

 

WP 19. US M-1864 Triplett & Scott Repeating Carbine .56-52 Cal.

Designed to use the self contained Spencer rimfire cartridge. Serial # 3043. Good overall condition with scarce 22″ short barrel. Metal has a gray turning plum patina, mostly smooth with some areas of pin prick oxidation. Hammer will not hold at cock which is probably a minor issue to repair. All patent markings present and legible. Appears to be a crack that has been filled at the wrist.

$1450.00

 

WP 20. US M-1861 “Old Model” Remington Navy Revolver .36 Cal. 

Representative example with a mostly plum patina. Clear patent address on barrel. Matching early serial # 19436 on Barrel and Frame. Cylinder has # 9976. Cylinder rotation is a bit sloppy. Loading lever catch is a crude replacement. Walnut grips are original.

$650.00 HOLD C.W.

 

WP 21. US M-1840 Light Artillery Saber by Ames.

Nice looking saber, a good representative example. Original wire wrap, remnants of leather are basically carbonized upon the wood. Brass guard is stamped with rack # 55. Blade is very nice and bright with strong Ames Address and “US”, with late war date of 1865 on the ricasso. Scabbard is excellent and untouched with rack # 55 on the drag matching the saber.

$650.00

 

WP 22. US M-1862 Colt Pocket Navy Revolver .36 Cal. 

Scarce revolver. 5,5″ Barrel. All matching 1862 production serial # 4485 (including the wedge). Gun exhibits an untouched attic plum patina. The mechanics work properly but sloppy. Cylinder scene not bad, about 50-60%. Original varnish on grips.

$1350.00 

 

WP 23. Socket Bayonet for US M-1819 Hall Rifle Marked “A” Over “US”. 

Excellent condition with plum patina. Rare bayonet. Most likely produced at Harpers Ferry.

$595.00 HOLD R.A.

 

WP 24. Lefaucheaux Pinfire Revolver 12 mm.

Standard model with lanyard ring and checkered grips. No markings. Cylinder does not index correctly but may be a minor fix. Good representative example.

SOLD

 

MS 29. Boxed Set of “Geo. Tiemann & Co.” Civil War Period Eye Surgery Scalpels.

Neat little medical set. May not be complete. 

$65.00

 

MS 30. Original Civil War Rosewood Fife.

Very good condition, ready to play. 

$85.00

 

MS 31. Non Regulation Civil War Officer’s Haversack.

If not for an officer, certainly Civil War period. Haversack has wear but is still in remarkable condition with supple smooth leather.

SOLD

 

MS 32. US M-1864 Cavalryman’s Harness, Reins and Bit.

Rare to find complete. Remarkable condition all around with all military insignia. Possibly unissued.

$795.00

 

MS 33. June 30, 1865 Edition Newspaper “EAST TENNESSEE UNION FLAG” Published in Jonesborough Tennessee.

Rare early edition of this Reconstruction Era Tennessee newspaper. I have never seen one offered for sale. Contains very late war battle content. Complete and in good condition. Newspaper ceased publishing in 1873.

$250.00

 

MS 34. Early Cased Shaving Mirror.

Typical of what American Civil War troops carried with them during the war. This one has a set of initials and the date “1824” scratched on the wooden case.

$65.00

 

MS 35. Civil War “Sharpshooter’s” Glasses.

Excellent condition with orange lenses. Most likely post war sunglasses, but still great for reenacting or display.

$35.00

 

MS 36. 1863 Series Confederate $1000 Bond with Interest Coupons. 

Excellent condition with seven intact interest coupons. Great for framing. Note Confederate Treasury Stamp on reverse.

$75.00 

 

MS 37. Civil War “Fleam” or Bleeder. Maker Marked.

Superb condition with a brass frame and four blades of different sizes. Stamped “JOHN PATTERSON SHEFFIELD”.

$95.00

 

MS 38. 1864 Series Confederate $1000 Bond with Interest Coupons.

Very good condition with pinkish color and 59 of the original interest coupons intact. Ready for framing.

$125.00

 

MS 39. 1905 Denver Colorado 39th Annual GAR Encampment Medal.

Scarce large bronze medal featuring “Pikes Peak”. Superb condition.

$95.00

 

MS 40. State of Pennsylvania Gettysburg Tribute Medal featuring Gen. Meade and dated 1910.

This large bronze medal comes with it’s original cardboard case. Excellent condition.

$95.00 HOLD P.K.

 

BLT 1. Dropped Confederate .577 Cal. Enfield Bullets with “.57” Base Stamp.

Clear base markings, good dropped condition. 

$15.00 ea.

 

MS 41. January 1852 Receipt for “Services as Commissioner of the Poor House”. Shelby County TN. (Memphis).

Good condition, cut cancelled.

$65.00

 

BLT 2. Dropped Confederate .577 Cal. Enfield Bullets with “L” Base Stamp.

Clear base markings, good dropped condition. I have several of these, including some that came from wreck of the “Modern Greece” blockade runner many years ago. Some also have the boxwood plugs.

$25.00 ea.

 

MS 42. Colt Pocket Revolver Bullet Mold .31 Cal.

Excellent condition with Colt Patent Stamp.

$125.00 

 

SSBTN 1. Dug Alabama Militia Coat Button from the Kennesaw Mtn. Ga. Battlefield.

AB 1, 23 mm. Wartime “SCOVILL MFG. CO, WATERBURY” between two lines of dots. Found many years ago on private property. Push to face and minor rim damage on reverse but absolutely loaded with gold. Great detail.

$795.00

 

CSBTN 1. Dug Confederate Army Staff Officer’s Coat Button. Kennesaw Mtn. Ga.

CS 22 A, 22 mm. Heavily gilt example with good detail, but pushed flat and missing shank. 

SOLD

 

Collection of Confederate Cast brass “I” Infantry Buttons

These come mostly from one Kennesaw Ga. digger’s collection. He had found over 100 of these buttons in and around the Kennesaw area over a period of many years. These few were chosen for the highest quality and patina.

 

CSBTN 2. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button is superb condition with an outstanding patina. Kennesaw Mtn. Campaign.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 3. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Perfect milk chocolate cream puff. Kennesaw Mtn. Campaign.

SOLD D.A.

 

CSBTN 4. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Outstanding example. Kennesaw Mtn. Campaign.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 5. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Slick with a pea green patina. Kennesaw Mtn. Campaign.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 6. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Slick green patina highlighted by Georgia red clay. Kennesaw Mtn. Campaign.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 7. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Yet another top notch example. Killer woods patina and definition. Kennesaw Mtn. Campaign.

SOLD

 

CSBTN 8. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Slick emerald green patina. 1864 Tunnel Hill Ga. Winter camps.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 9. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Smooth operator here, no ground action at all. Kennesaw Mtn. Campaign.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 10. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. High quality example with campaign wear through the shank. Outstanding patina. Kennesaw Mtn. Campaign.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 11. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Slick olive green patina with an unusually wide “I”. Kennesaw Mtn. Campaign.

$165.00

 

CSBTN 12. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Classic high quality example with a fine chocolate brown patina. Kennesaw Mtn. Campaign.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 13. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Superfine example with a stunning emerald green patina. Found near Dalton GA.

$195.00

 

CSBTN 14. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. No ground action. Attractive brown and green woods patina. Found near Kennesaw GA.

$165.00

 

CSBTN 15. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Fine looking example with an outstanding aqua green patina, perfectly highlighted by dirt. Found near Kennesaw GA.

$185.00

 

CSBTN 16. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Clean brown/green woods patina with no ground action. Found near Tunnel Hill GA.

$165.00

 

CSBTN 16. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Dark green patina and very slick, like glass. Found near Tunnel Hill GA.

$145.00

 

CSBTN 17. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Slick olive green patina. Very fine example. Found many years ago by the late Bob Scates somewhere in Virginia.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 19. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Attractive green and brown patina. Mild ground action. Provenance of 1864 CS Winter camps near Tunnel Hill GA.

$135.00

 

CSBTN 20. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Green patina. No ground action. Found many years ago by the late Bob Scates in Virginia.

$145.00

 

CSBTN 21. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. Dark patina, mild ground action. Found many years ago by the late Bob Scates in Virginia.

$125.00

 

CSBTN 22. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184 A, 23 mm. Solid cast brass “I” button. High quality example with no ground action and a green patina. Found near Kennesaw GA.

$165.00

 

CSBTN 23. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 172 A1, 23 mm. Classic lined “I” with “SUPERIOR QUALITY” bm. A slick beauty dug long ago by Bob Scates in Northern VA.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 24. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 172, 23 mm. Very nice example with blank back. Found in 1986 near Strawberry Plains TN.

SOLD

 

CSBTN 25. Dug Confederate Infantryman’s Cuff or Vest Button.

CS 172 am 1, 16 mm. Scarce size “Lined I”. No issues and a nice untouched patina. Appears to have a blank back or back mark may be obscured by ground action. Provenance unknown.

$250.00

 

CSBTN 26. Dug Confederate Infantryman’s Kepi Button.

CS 177 as 2, 13 mm. Fantastic example of this tiny “Script I” button with a great patina and sharp detail. weak “TREBLE RICH STAND’d.” bm. Provenance of Northern VA.

$250.00

 

CSBTN 27. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 182, 22 mm. Scarcer pattern with brass back and ring of dots. Slick chocolate patina. Crudely made button. Note manufacturing flaw on rim. Found by Bob Scates in Northern VA.

$125.00

 

CSBTN 28. Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 181 A, 22 mm. Classic Confederate block “I” with a dark clean patina. “E. M. L. & C. / RICHMOND. VA.” rmdc. Button appears to be a battlefield pickup, or even attic condition. If dug, it was found a long time ago

$165.00

 

CSBTN 29. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 181 A, 22 mm. Flawless example of this iconic Confederate button. “E. M. L. & C. / RICHMOND. VA.” rmdc. Found by Bob Scates. Northern VA.

$175.00

 

CSBTN 30. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 181 A, 22 mm. Nice example ith no ground action. “E. M. L. & C. / RICHMOND. VA.” rmdc. Shank is present but bent. Found by Bob Scates. Northern VA.

$165.00

 

CSBTN 31. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 174, 23 mm. Killer example, flawless. Great patina. ”C. ROWLEY / EXTRA RICH” bm. Found many years ag by Wallace Markert near Dinwiddie VA. 

$550.00