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USBP 1. Dug State of New York Militia Belt Plate. 

Rare early type with large “SNY” letters. Flawless condition. Dug many years ago on the Dabney Mills Battlefield. Dinwiddie County VA.

$1150.00 HOLD R.E.

 

USBP 2. Dug Volunteer Maine Militia Cartridge Box Plate.

Great patina on this one. This type had soldered on wire hooks which are rusted away. Very good condition. Dug near the Lobb House on the Petersburg VA. Battlefield. Not far from Pamplin Park. 

$995.00 HOLD R.E.

 

WP 1. Boyle and Gamble Confederate Cavalry Saber. 

Early war flat bladed type in very nice condition with original leather grip and single strand wire wrap. Blade is excellent, smooth and semi bright. No major nicks or pitting. This distinctly Confederate saber was produced in Richmond, VA. No scabbard.

$2250 HOLD B.L.

 

CSBP 1. Confederate Enlistedman’s “Army of Tennessee” CS Belt Plate and Confederate Waist Belt.

Non excavated CS belt buckle is in very good condition with a mellow mustard patina. No black enamel paint on this one (not all were painted). Hooks are all present but the tips of two of them did not fully cast in the mold. This is a common trait concerning this type. It is married to an authentic Confederate waist belt that originally came from Steve Mullinax’s collection. When he had it, there was a different CS “Army of Tennessee” buckle on it which was sold separately. The belt displays really well and looks original to the buckle.

$4500.00 

 

CSBP 2. Dug Louisiana Militia Belt Plate attributed to the “Washington Artillery” of New Orleans.

A very scarce buckle in excellent condition with all three belt hooks intact and only minor service bends. This variant is identical to the one illustrated on page 160 (plate 290) of Steve Mullinax’s Confederate buckle reference book. Dug near Harrisonburg VA. There is a non excavated example of this buckle on it’s original belt identified to a member of the Washington Artillery. That belt was in Norm Flayderman’s collection and is also shown in the Mullinax book.

$9500.00

 

MS 1. Dug Confederate Rifle or Carbine Lock Plate marked “COOK & BROTHER N.O. 1861”.

Found at an arms refurbishing site in General Joseph E. Johnston’s 1864 Winter Camp. Dalton, GA.

$495.00 

 

MS 2. Confederate Cavalry Saddle Shield.

Scarcer variant in excellent condition. Found east of Richmond VA.

$695.00 

 

WP 2. US M-1840 Heavy Cavalry Saber by Ames dated 1853.

All original leather wrap and brass wire grip in fabulous condition. Brass guard is excellent with an untouched patina. Original throat washer intact. Ricasso is strongly marked on both sides, “AMES MFG. CO. CHICOPEE MASS. 1853” and “US” over “A.D.K.”. Blade is bright and smooth. I noticed some file marks on the spine where there may have been an inscription. Scabbard is perfect and smooth with an untouched patina. Matching inspector mark “A.D.K.” present on the drag.

$1350.00 

 

MS 3. Dug Confederate Enlisted Cavalryman’s Spur.

This Richmond Arsenal spur is an absolute beauty. No bends and a slick deep emerald green patina. Found along Cattail Creek near Petersburg, VA.

$350.00

 

MS 4. Dug US M-1858 “Bullseye” Canteen.

Very good condition. Spout added for display. Even though it has some rust holes, canteen is not flattened and holds its shape, Found along the Federal lines many years ago near Petersburg VA. on the White Oak Rd. Battlefield.

$125.00

 

MS 5. Dug Confederate Rifle Musket/Carbine Gun Tool.

A combination nipple wrench and screwdriver. These distinct Confederate tools are thought to have been produced in Richmond VA. Remarkable condition. Found near Cattail Creek in a Confederate cavalry camp. Dinwiddie County VA.

SOLD J.K. 

 

MS 6. Dug Confederate Lead Ingot for casting bullets.

Weighs about three pounds. Excellent condition. Found in a Confederate Cavalry camp along Cattail Creek near Petersburg VA. 

$95.00

 

WP 3. Dug US M-1840 Cavalry Saber with Scabbard found in Confederate Cavalry Camp.

Very good condition. Scabbard missing mounts and drag. Found just under the leaves many years ago in Barringer’s NC Cavalry Camp along Cattail Creek, Dinwiddie County VA.

$395.00 HOLD R.H.

 

MS 7. Dug Austrian Lorenz Bayonet made into an entrenching tool.

Found along the lines near Petersburg VA. This is what had to be done when there was a shortage of shovels and the enemy was shooting at you.

$55.00

 

MS 8. Dug Set of Confederate Hand Cuffs found at Fort McCallister GA.

Obviously not the more common Yankee made type. For prisoners and slaves. Excellent condition. 

$495.00 

 

USBP 3ND. Classic US Enlistedman’s Oval Belt Plate.

My favorite variant. Fine high convex design produced by E. Gaylord before and during the war. 

$395.00

 

CSBP 3. Dug Confederate Enlistedman’s Belt Plate.

Very rare type fashioned from stamped sheet iron. Probably in the best condition of the few examples I have seen. The soldered on hooks are missing but you can see the traces of solder on the reverse. Provenance uncertain. This variant is listed in Steve Mullinax’s Confederate belt buckle reference book. There are two styles produced in iron.

$5500.00

 

MS 9. Scarce Dug US Militia Hat Insignia.

Impressive spread winged Federal Eagle with both attachment loops intact. Approx. 2.5″ across. Ca. 1850’s. Richmond VA. area.

$395.00

 

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

CS 36, 25 mm. A fine representative example with some original gold plating. No pushes or repair issues. “H.T.& B. MANCHESTER” bm. Provenance uncertain.

$650.00 HOLD D.A.

 

CSBTN 2. Dug Confederate Army Staff Officer’s Coat Button.

CS 26, 22 mm. Really slick and pretty button with no ground action at all and a slight push to face. “C. ROUYER N.O.” bm. Found near Fort Fisher, NC. by the late Jack Wells.

$475.00 HOLD W.R.

 

CSBTN 3. Dug Confederate Cavalry Coat Button.

CS 126 A, 25 mm. Fantastic early dug example from Fort Fisher, NC. with the “H.T. & B. MANCHESTER” bm. Found long ago by the late Jack Wells.

$650.00 HOLD R.B.

 

CSBTN 4. Dug Confederate Artillery Coat Button.

CS 117, 22-23 mm. Slick example with intact iron back and shank. Found near Fredericksburg VA. in 1973 by George Nance. 

$175.00

 

CSBTN 5. Dug Confederate General Service Coat Button.

CS 81, 23 mm. Hard to find this condition. An outstanding button! “SUPERIOR QUALITY” bm. This button was eyeballed in a garden near Winnsboro SC.

$495.00 HOLD D.A.

 

CSBTN 6. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184, 23 mm. Classic cast bronze “I” button with a nice patina. Provenance uncertain.

$145.00

 

CSBTN 7. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 172, 23 mm. Great looking Lined “I”button with the “SUPERIOR QUALITY” bm. Small hole in the back, possibly a manufacturing flaw. Provenance uncertain.

$125.00

 

CSBTN 8. Dug Confederate Infantry Cuff Button.

CS 172, am 13 mm. Pretty little button with a slick green patina. Found many years ago by Jack Wells near Fort Fisher, NC.

$225.00

 

SSBTN 1. Dug North Carolina Militia Coat Button.

NC 14, 22 mm. Scarce thick variant of the “Sunburst” NC in flawless condition with a slick dark brown patina. Found many years ago by Jack Wells near Fort Fisher, NC.

$450.00 Hold D.C.

 

MS 10. Dug US M-1841 “Mississippi” Rifle Lock Assembly.

Excellent condition and complete. If you are trying to complete a dug weapon, this might work for you. Provenance unknown.

$295.00

 

CSBP 4. Dug Confederate Enlistedman’s “Snake” Belt Buckle.

The English firm “Issacs and Campbell” contracted with the Confederacy to supply these distinct accoutrement belt rigs. This buckle is in fantastic condition and was found in the camp of Holcomb’s Georgia Legion near Sussex, VA.

$650.00 HOLD B.B.

 

USBP 3. Dug US Cartridge Box Plate with remnant of leather flap.

Great condition. Found along the 1864-65 Federal Siege lines near Petersburg VA.

$295.00 HOLD R.E.

 

USBP 4. Dug US Enlistedman’s Belt Plate marked “W.H. SMITH BROOKLYN”.

Found along the Union Siege lines outside of Petersburg VA. excellent condition.

$350.00 HOLD R.E.

 

USBP 5. Dug US Enlistedman’s Belt Plate marked “BOYD & SONS BOSTON”.

Distinct contract plate with round belt studs. Condition is superb. Note remnant of leather belt, The maker mark is hard to see in the photo but is well struck and would easily stand out with some cleaning. Provenance of 1864-1865 Petersburg siege lines.

$350.00 R.E.

 

USBP 6. Dug US M-1851 Officer’s Sword Belt Plate.

Highly detailed plate with a fantastic untouched patina. A very early find from the 1864-65 US siege lines near Petersburg VA.

$395.00 HOLD R.E.

 

USBP 7. Dug US “Burnside” Breast Plate for Cartridge Box Sling.

Great example of this unusual small sized variant. Thought to have been issued to Maine troops in Gen. Ambrose Burnside’s 9th Army Corps. A very early find from the 1864-65 US siege lines near Petersburg VA.

$295.00 HOLD R.E.

USBP 8. Dug US M-1839 Enlistedman’s Belt Plate.

Scarce small size US Belt Plate with single attachment hook, Found many years ago along the 1864-1865 Federal siege lines surrounding Petersburg VA.

$395.00 HOLD R.E.

 

USBP 9. Excavated US M-1851 Enlistedman’s Saber Belt Plate.

Unbelievable……how often do you see one of these dug with its keeper and with the German Silver applied wreath completely intact?? Found many years ago along the 1864-1865 Federal Siege lines near Petersburg VA.

$650.00 HOLD R.E.

 

USBP 10. US M-1851 Enlistedman’s Saber Belt Plate.

Fine non excavated example with matching numbered keeper. From a California family estate sale.

$395.00

 

BLT 1. Dug Experimental 1.1″ Projectile for unknown field weapon.

I recently acquired this unusual lead projectile from Jack Melton’s long time collection. There is no definitive attribution to a particular gun. Similar projectiles of this caliber have been dug in South Carolina and Warrenton VA. That is all I can tell you. Any information out there you want to share will be appreciated. This bullet is similar in morphology to some Federal machine turned or “Prussian” type bullets. Cavity is ogival. Provenance uncertain.

$650.00

 

MS 11. Excavated US M-1861 Socket Bayonet fashioned into a Body Hook.

Used to drag corpses away from the front or by the burial details. These are not “pot hooks” as some folks believe. Relic of the grim fighting along the 1864-1865 Petersburg VA. siege lines. 

$395.00 HOLD S.

 

ART 1. Excavated 24 lb. Confederate Coehorn Mortar Shell.

Rare shell in good condition. Found along the 1864-1865 Federal siege lines surrounding Petersburg VA.

$650.00 HOLD J.N.

 

ART 2. Dug 2.9″ Confederate Read-Parrott Shell for 10 lb. Parrott Rifle.

Excellent condition. Wrought iron sabot impressed with lands and grooves from the gun. Intact brass paper time fuse adapter. Found many years ago along the 1864-1865 Federal siege lines surrounding Petersburg VA. 

$495.00

 

ART 3. Dug Confederate 12 lb. Shot for Napoleon Gun and #12 Howitzer.

Good example. Found with two others near Fort Wadsworth, Petersburg VA. Siege.

$195.00 HOLD R.E.

 

ART 4. Excavated 3″ US Type I Hotchkiss Case Shot from City Point VA. Explosion.

Found many years ago at the site of the August 9, 1864 City Point VA. ammunition barge explosion. This was an act of Confederate sabotage. Projectile is in mint condition and has the Type I white metal time fuse adapter.

$495.00 HOLD R.E.

 

ART 5. Dug Confederate 12 lb. “Polygonal” Shell.

Excellent condition. Designed the fragment evenly upon detonation into diamond or pentagonal shaped shards. An effective and deadly invention. Provenance uncertain.

$350.00

 

ART 6. Dug Confederate 3″ Bourelleted Read Shell.

Excellent condition with intact sabot and paper time fuse adapter. Note lands and grooves impressed into the brass sabot. 1864 Cold Harbor VA. Battlefield.

$495.00

 

ART 7. Sectioned Confederate 6 lb. “Polygonal” Shell.

Very rare shell. Found at Spanish Fort Al.

$350.00 

 

ART 8. Minty US 3″ Schenkl Percussion Fused Shell. 

Very high quality, near mint condition and probably non excavated. Pefect Schenkl percussion fuse screws out. Provenance uncertain.

$795.00 HOLD D.C.

 

ART 9. Dug Confederate 12 lb. Shot for Napoleon Gun and #12 Howitzer.

The most iconic American Civil War projectile. Note strong mold seam. Found with two others near Fort Wadsworth, Petersburg VA.

$225.00 HOLD R.E.

 

ART 10. Dug fragment of a 15″ Rodman Gun Shell found at Fort Fisher NC.

Impressive and massive fragment. The complete shell weighed in at 352 lbs. Fired into Fort Fisher by the US Navy blockading squadron.

$125.00 HOLD M.B.

 

ART 11. Sectioned Confederate 12 lb. “Sideloader” Case Shot.

This perfectly cut cross section shows the case shot shrapnel packed in sulphur matrix surrounding the powder chamber. Note brass paper time fuse adapter (you can see the outline of the paper time fuse) and lead loading plug.

$450.00 HOLD D.C,

 

ART 12. Dug Bottom Section of a rare Confederate 3″ Blakely Shell.

Super cool and rare fragment. Brass disc sabot attached to the shell with an iron bolt. Relic of the Battle of Kennesaw Mtn. GA.

$125.00 HOLD Killer Kornsnake

 

ART 13. Dug Confederate 3″ Bourelleted Read Shell.

Found many years ago along the 1864-1865 Federal siege lines surrounding Petersburg VA. Very nice shell with a perfect brass sabot and paper time fuse adapter that unscrews.

$650.00

 

ART 14. Dug Confederate 12 lb. Shot for Napoleon Gun and #12 Howitzer.

From a long time digger’s collection. The most iconic American Civil War projectile. Note strong mold seam. Found with two others near Fort Wadsworth, Petersburg VA. Siege.

$225.00 HOLD R.E.

 

ART 15. Dug US 3″ Parrott Shell converted by the Confederates and fired back into the Federal Lines surrounding Petersburg VA.

I don’t know how else to explain why this Federal 3″ Parrott has a Confederate fuse adapter in it. Wrought iron sabot perfectly intact. Condition is excellent. Found many years ago by a longtime Petersburg digger.

$450.00

 

ART 16. Excavated Confederate 12 lb. “Sideloader” Case Shot.

High quality example with lead side loading plug. Professionally cleaned, coated and disarmed. Found along the 1864-1865 Federal siege lines surrounding Petersburg VA.

$450.00 HOLD J.S.

 

ART 17. Sectioned 12 lb. US Bormann Case Shot.

Fully illustrates the internal workings of this deadly projectile. Lead shrapnel balls are packed in pitch. Shows Powder chamber, Bormann fuse and underplug.

$225.00

 

ART 18. Excavated US 3″ Hotchkiss Common Shell from the Fisher’s Hill Va. Battlefield.

Great condition. Note strong lands and grooves impressed into the lead driving band (sabot) from the 3″ Ordnance Rifle. A fantastic example.

$350.00

 

ART 19. Excavated Confederate 6 lb. “Sideloader” Case Shot.

Rare and in better shape than most examples. Found at High Bridge VA.

$1750.00 HOLD C.S.

 

ART 20. Dug Confederate 3″ Bourelleted Read Shell.

Found many years ago along the 1864-1865 Federal siege lines surrounding Petersburg VA. Classic example with intact brass sabot and fuse adapter.

$595.00

 

ART 21. Dug US 12 lb. Bormann Case Shot.

Very good condition with an exceptional Bormann time fuse. Found many years ago by Tedford Coln on the Shiloh, TN. Battlefield.

$450.00 HOLD J.N.

 

ART 22. Excavated fragment of an exploded Confederate Bourelleted Read Shell.

Here is the bottom section including the complete brass sabot. Provenance uncertain. Cool artillery relic.

$55.00 HOLD D.W.

 

ART 23. Dug Confederate 12 lb. “Sideloader” Case Shot.

Superb example. Note iron side loading plug with spanner holes. Found near Fort Wadsworth, Siege of Petersburg VA. 

$650.00 HOLD R.E.

 

ART 24. Dug US 12 lb. Bormann Shell Blown in Half and Two Bullets with Old Tag from the Fisher’s Hill VA. Battlefield.

Early brown ink tag states “Shell and Bullets, Fisher’s Hill Battlefield, Virginia 1864”. One of the bullets is a Confederate .577 Cal. Gardner and the other is a ,58 Cal. US Three Ring Bullet. Both are dropped.

$250.00

 

 ART 25. Sectioned 12 lb. US Bormann Fused Case Shot.

Artillerists were trained to detonate these deadly projectiles above the heads of advancing enemy troops showering devastation in all directions. Perfectly cut in half exposing lead shrapnel balls packed in yellow sulphur matrix.

$595.00 for both or $295.00 per half

 

 ART 26. Excavated US 7″ Dyer Shell Sabot Fragment.

Massive piece of lead sabot found near Island #10 on the Mississippi River. Note lands and grooves from 7″ Rifled Gun.

$65.00

 

MS 12. Excavated US M-1861 Socket Bayonet fashioned into an Entrenching Tool. 

“Necessity is the mother of invention”. A relic from the 1864-1865 Federal siege lines surrounding Petersburg VA. where you would totally expect to find such things.

$95.00

 

 WP 4. Dug Austrian Lorenz Rifle Socket Bayonet .54 Cal. from the Spanish Fort AL. Battlefield.

Superb condition. A very early find.

$145.00 

 

 WW 1. Exploded US M-67 Fragmentation Grenade.

Brought home by an American soldier from Vietnam as a souvenir. Nothing new in the way of war relics. Ex. Mike Miner collection.

$165.00 HOLD J.S.

 

 WW 2. German RPzB.54 “Panzerschreck” Rocket.

Very hard to find projectile to display with your “Panzerschreck” Anti-Tank Weapon. A popular and effective weapon used by “Volksgrenadier” units. A two man team was required to effectively deploy it. Totally original and inert for display. Ex. Mike Miner collection.

$650.00

 

WW 3. Excavated US M9A1 Rifle Grenade Shaft from the “Battle of the Bulge”.

Mid section of an American anti-tank grenade found in 1976 by Kevin Smith near Bastogne, Belgium.

$295.00

 

WW 4. Dug Barrel Section of a German MP-40 “Schmeisser” Sub-Machine Gun found at Normandy Landing Zone near Sainte-Mère-Église.

Super cool relic from the US Landings at Utah and Omaha Beach. Found Feb. 2004 by David Amberg. Ex. Mike Miner collection.

$395.00

 

WW 5. Tail Fin Assembly from a German Incendiary Bomb found by a Schoolboy in S.E. England 1940.

Cool relic with character from the dark days of the “Blitz”. Battle of Britain. Ex. Mike Miner collection.

$250.00

 

WW 6. Excavated German “Panzerfaust Klein” Anti-Tank Warhead.

Completely inert and a perfect piece to display with your launcher. Found long ago in Western Europe. Ex. Mike Miner collection.

$495.00

 

WW 7. Dug US M-1 Garand Bayonet/Fighting Knife.

Verbal provenance of Western Europe, the provenance tag is lost. Ex, Mike Miner collection. Almost all of Mike’s excavated items were from Bastogne and Normandy.

125.00

 

WW 8. German KG B1 EZB Incendiary Bomb.

Hard to find. Especially in this condition with original green paint on fins and all inner workings intact. Completely inert. Note German production marking on cap and sides of the munition. Thousands of these were dropped on England during the 1940 “Blitz”. Ex. Mike Miner collection.

$495.00

 

WW 9. World War I Exploded German 77 mm. Mustard Gas Shell with Poison Gas Bottle.

Most likely brought home as a souvenir after the war. Remarkable in how the shell split apart so evenly like a “death flower”. An amazing display piece. The gas bottle is included for display and is complete with cap and unbroken. Ex. Mike Miner collection.

$650.00 HOLD Jersey John

 

WW 10. World War I Exploded German 77 mm. Mustard Gas Shell with Poison Gas Bottle.

Most likely brought home as a souvenir after the war. Note brass sabot ring still attached to shell body. An amazing display piece. The gas bottle is included for display and is complete with cap and unbroken. Ex, Mike Miner collection. 

$595.00

 

MS 13. Saint Christopher Personal Effigy. Patron Saint of Soldiers and Travelers.

Civil War era miniature effigy of Saint Christopher in its protective brass case. These are sometimes excavated in Civil War camps and battlefields. Saint Christopher was called upon by soldiers (mostly Catholic) for protection in battle.

$65.00 

 

MS 14. Dug Confederate Percussion Cap Tin found with CSA Belt Plate.

A local digger had a bit of luck when he found this Percussion Cap Tin because there was an “Atlanta Arsenal” style belt plate right beside it. The buckle has been sold, Cap Tin in very good condition. Found at Sharp’s Chapel outside of Knoxville.

$45.00 HOLD M.F.

 

MS 15. US Cavalry Officer’s Shoulder Board Insignia.

Very good condition with stamped brass frame, original laces and marked inside “PAT. JUNE 18, 1860”. I cannot make out the makers name, only “NY”.

$295.00

 

MS 16. US Infantry Officer’s Embroidered Hat Insignia.

Excellent condition with black felt background and gold boullion decoration.

$395.00

 

MS 17. Confederate/Militia Star Insignia.

Lead filled with intact brass attachment pins. These are documented finds in Confederate camps, though possibly pre war Texas or Mississippi Militia Insignia. Most likely used as a horse harness decoration or “Martingale”.

$350.00

 

CSBP 5. Dug Confederate “Richmond Arsenal” Sword Belt Buckle.

Obviously a marriage but displays well. Provenance unknown.

$1995.00

 

ART 27. 1863 Dated Frankford Arsenal Package of 4 Second Paper Time Fuses.

Good overall condition. Some tears to the paper.

$55.00

 

ART 28. 1863 Dated Frankford Arsenal Package of 5 Second Paper Time Fuses.

Good condition.

$75.00

 

ART 29. 1863 Dated Frankford Arsenal Package of 10 Second Paper Time Fuses.

Good overall condition. Some tears to the paper.

$65.00

 

ART 30. Dug 2.5″ Armstrong Shell. 

Rare 6 lb. or “Baby Armstrong” Shell. Used in Armstrong Mountain Rifle. Several Armstrong guns were imported by the Confederacy but saw limited use late in the war. This shell is most likely a European or British find.

$350.00

 

ART 31. New York Navy Yard Primer Box dated 1861. 

Very good condition. Well marked.

$250.00

 

MS 18. Dug Whisky Bottle from Federal Camp near Hampton VA. 

Excellent condition. Just as it came out of the ground. Uncleaned and untouched. No damage or issues.

$35.00

 

MS 19. Civil War Era Tobacco Tin marked “C. PARKER PAT’d. JAN. 24, 1860”. 

Great condition and still contains original tobacco.

$165.00

 

MS 20. Dug Confederate Cavalry Bridle Bit Boss.

Excellent condition. Ornate civilian pattern with silver plating and lead filled back. Found many years ago by the late Arthur Lehman in a Confederate Cavalry camp near the Five Forks VA. Battlefield.

$65.00 HOLD J.V.

 

MS 21. Dug Confederate Cavalryman’s Saber Scabbard Mount.

Neat relic. Typical Confederate brass mount and ring from a cavalry saber scabbard. Found many years ago by the late Arthur Lehman in a Confederate Cavalry camp near the Five Forks VA. Battlefield.

$55.00 HOLD J.V.

 

USBTN 3. Dug US Cavalry Coat Button.

23 mm. Average condition with gold plating and some ground action. I cannot make out the backmark. Found near Vicksburg MS. by Mike Rejebian.

$35.00

 

USBTN 4. Dug US Rifleman’s Coat Button.

RF 19, 23 mm. Good condition with gold plating and mild ground action. “W.H. SMITH NEW YORK” bm. Found near Vicksburg MS. by Mike Rejebian.

$45.00

 

NSBTN 1. Dug New York Militia Coat Button.

NY 30, 23 mm. Nice looking button with a lot of gold plating. “EXTRA QUALITY” bm. Found near Vicksburg MS. by Mike Rejebian.

$45.00