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W176. Antique 1837 Patent Large Allen & Thurber Pepper Box- action needs help, less common flat ribs, long barrel, VG condition $295 shipped to your door  SOLD

AMRN 1. Large Authentic Medieval Battle Axe- iron, used for Battle and  cutting wood, VG condition, 6 inches inches long, 4 inches wide, dug in Europe, Vikings/Knights/Warriors, unique design on blade $195.00  Lowered to $125.00

C51. CS Bullet Group- 54 Greene Enfield Bullet and 3 Tower Enfield Bullets. $58.00

BP114. Civil War Union Buckle with Leather Belt- all original, been together a long time, Fine condition $425 and free shipping

W200. Civil War Boot Pistol - percussion, action works, Rare Design with safety, Good-VG condition ON HOLD

BU118. Two Large Livery Buttons- Very Good condition, with shanks, dug at a Plantation in New Orleans. Used as a Family Crest and worn by Servants/Slaves.Both for $28.00

BU119. Union Cavalry Button- with Gold gilt, has shank, VF condition, Gorgeous  $55.00

M232. Union Jeff Davis Hat Pin- with hooks, Fine condition, hard to come by with hooks  $155.00  SOLD

- Original Civil War Savage Navy Model Revolver in .36 caliber percussion. This is a dug relic example……a classic Civil War revolver. To me Savage is the most intimidating looking revolver used during the Civil War. Vastly outshines Colt in appearance. Centerpiece of any collection. $850 and free shipping SOLD

AR88. Hotchkiss Nose frag with Fuse- Vicksburg Campaign relic, unique find $55.00  SOLD

Civil War CS Reed Shell Nose- local find, cool relic $39.00  SOLD

Civil War Burton Nose Frag with Fuse- cool relic and hard to come by $75.00 SOLD

Three CS Copper Fuses- 2 Small CS Fuses- $59.00 each. Tall CS Fuse- $69.00

AR92. Union Hotchkiss Fuse- dug Vicksburg campaign $32.00

Civil War Bormann Fuse- good condition. Would look sweet in a Bormann Shell needing a fuse. $49.00  SOLD

AR94. Civil War Bormann Fuse- good condition. Would look sweet in Bormann Shell needing a fuse. $49.00

M229. 5 Civil War Belt Keepers- one still has some leather $40.00

M230. Three Civil War Skeleton Keys- all dug at Plantations. Vicksburg Campaign $35.00  SOLD

BP113. CS Miss/Texas Tonque for Buckle- had a Star disc on the end, Rare Tonque, used by Mississippi and Texas Troops  $275.00  SOLD

M228. Allen & Wheelock Pistol- barn find relic, gunsmith expertly repaired handle by handcrafting one inch brass piece, very cool, Serial #137, extra long Clint Eastwood Dirty harry barrel, reach out and touch someone   $195.00 SOLD

M227. 16th South Carolina Infantry Soldier ID on Lead Poker Chip- dug in 16th South Carolina Infantry camp. 1 is partially there, 6 and SC are easy to see. Unique Soldier Art. Back has what looks like square nail pecks. This unit was attached to CS Brig. Gen. Gist's Brigade, of Maj. Gen. William H.T. Walker's Division, Gen. Joseph E. Johnston's Army of Relief, Department of the West, and commanded by Col. James McCullough. Very cool relic from Vicksburg Campaign. $95.00 SOLD

BU116. Union Overcoat Infantry “I” Button- very fine condition, with shank, non dug, loaded in Gold Gilt, tough size to find $39 shipped to your door

BU117. Union Overcoat Artillery “A” Button- very fine condition, with shank, non dug, loaded in Gold Gilt, tough size to find $49 shipped to your door

M225. Civil War Import Bayonet/Side Knife- Fine condition, Soldier converted Bayonet into a Fighting Side Knife, marked S & K on blade, very cool relic $215.00

M226. Two Civil War Gun Tools and a Bullet Puller- dug near Vicksburg. All for $49.00
M223. Type One 1849-1854 Liberty Head Gold Dollar Love Token- Fine condition and very hard to come by. $179.00  SOLD

M224. Type One1854 Liberty Head Gold Dollar Love Token- with Pin, Fine condition, Rare ON HOLD
M222. Manhattan “Hero” Boot Pistol- percussion, 31 caliber, missing a few parts, dug at a Plantation near Vicksburg, cool relic $110 and free shipping SOLD
C50. Civil War Burnside Cartridge- Very Fine, non dug, gorgeous cartridge $59 and free shipping

M219. 1861 New Orleans Half Dollar Seated Liberty Coin- used by Confederates and Union, Good-Very Good condition,  $65.00  SOLD

M220. Civil War Cavalry Sword- dug Vicksburg campaign, War damaged, Cool relic, If this sword could talk  $275.00  SOLD

M221. Civil War Mississippi Saber Bayonet- dug Vicksburg Campaign, hard to find anywhere, Rare, very cool dug relic $225.00  SOLD

M217. Presidential 1860 Stephen Douglas Campaign Token- he ran against Abe Lincoln, Herschel V. Johnson on reverse, loaded in Gold Gilt  $175.00 and free shipping Special Price- $145.00  SOLD

M218. Arthur's 1862 Home Magazine- contents complete, fair to good condition, interesting reading  $29.00

BP112. CS Snake Buckle- Fine condition, dug in sandy soil, complete with Belt loop keeper  ON HOLD
W198. Rare Civil War Over/Under Double Barrel Pistol- cool as heck barn find, hard gun to come across, Good condition, would really enhance any collection SOLD

W199. Allen & Wheelock Boot Pistol- action works(push trigger forward to engage), VG condition, marked Allen & Wheelock, desireable low serial number #518     $275.00

M216. Civil War Hyde & Goodrich Coin Silver Spoon- famous New Orleans maker of Southern goods for individuals and CS Army, Fine condition with Initials $69.00 SOLD

BP111. Union Cavalry Carbine Buckle- Very Good condition, with both hooks and Bat Wing which still has some leather attached to it  $115.00  SOLD
W196. Civil War Remington Zouave Sword/Bayonet- brass hilt Stamped "C" and "BH", Fine condition  ON HOLD

W197. Import Roman Style Short Sword- used by both sides during Civil War, Fine condition, well marked  ON HOLD

BU114. CS Solid Cast Infantry Button- with shank, dug Vicksburg Campaign, Confederate General Loring's Camp, and Fine condition. $135 and free shipping

BU115. CS Solid Cast Infantry Butto
n- with shank, dug Vicksburg Campaign, Confederate General Loring's Camp, and Fine condition. $135 and free shipping

BP107. US Cartridge Boxplate- clear face, missing some lead, no hooks, Vicksburg Campaign $105 and free shipping

BP108. US Eagle Breastplate- no hooks, clear sharp face, Vicksburg Campaign $115 and free shipping

BP109. Unique US Eagle Breastplate- square nail hole in center, Fine Face and solid lead back $129 and free shipping

AR86. Civil War CS 24 pd Wood Plug Shell- Good to VG iron, much harder to come by then a 12 pd wood plug   $275.00

AR87. Scarce 18 pd. Solid Shot- VG iron, hard size to come by due to Rarity of that size Cannon    $275.00

BU108. CS Infantry Block "I" Button-  with shank, Fine condition, outstanding tin back, seldom seen this nice $129.00

BU109. Confederate MVC Mobile Volunteer Corps Button- with shank, highlight gold gilt on face, Fine condition SOLD

BU111. Confederate  Manuscript "A" Artillery Button- no shank, Good condition, scarce button $225.00

BU112 Confederate Solid Cast One Piece Infantry button- minus shank which is typical, made of pewter, Fine condition, hard to find $159.00

BU113. Confederate Infantry Button- Puffy rim, Fine face, no shank $105.00

AR81. Union 3.67 Hotchkiss Bolt- with sabot, Fine condition, pretty Bolt $495.00 SOLD to JD

AR83. Union 3.8 Hotchkiss Shell- with brass paper time fuse, with lead sabot, Fine condition $475.00  SOLD to JD

BP103. US Buckle- dug near Vicksburg, has both puppy paws which are rounder and harder to come by, very good condition $255.00

BP105. Union “US” Buckle- arrow hooks, fine condition, dug at Redwood, MS, with all hooks $235.00

P28. CS $50.00 Note- Fine condition SOLD

AMRN 8. Ancient Roman Bracelet- made of bronze, dug in Europe, very good condition, cool design $115.00
BU107. Union Cavalry Kepi Button- with uniform cloth still on the back, Very Good condition $35  SOLD
AR78. US/CS 6 Pd Solid Shot Cannonball- used by both sides, Very Fine condition $175.00  SOLD

M206. 1860 New Orleans Half Dollar Seated Liberty Coin- nice eye appeal, used by Confederates and Union, Good-Very Good condition,  $65.00  SOLD

Civil War Cavalry Horse Bridle Bit- gorgeous relic, with two brass US Rosettes, Very Fine condition  $195.00

W191. Civil War Boot Pistol- long barrel, action works, Serial #332, VG condition, styled like Allen Pistol $265

M205. Civil War Handcuffs- made by Providence Tool Company, Fine condition, cool relic SOLD

W188. Civil War Austrian Lorenz Carbine- action works, Fine condition, percussion firing system, used by Union and Confederate Cavalry during Civil War, hard to come by Carbine SOLD

W189. Civil War Allen & Wheelock Sidehammer Revolver- action works, low serial number #391 with a Star which is uncommon, not many produced, Fine condition ON HOLD

AMRN 2. Authentic Medieval Cross- fine condition, made of copper, unique relic, dug in Europe SOLD

AMRN 3. Ancient Roman Ring- made of copper, authentic, dug in Europe $45

AMRN 4. Authentic Medieval Cross- fine condition, made of copper, Large Cross, unique relic, dug in Europe $39

AMRN 5. Authentic Medieval Battle Axe- iron, used as a Battle Axe and cutting wood too, VG condition, 5 inches inches long, dug in Europe, Vikings/Knights/Warriors $185

AMRN 6. Native American Indian Celt/Axe- crude made of stone, 5 inches long, 2 inches wide, good looking Celt $95.00

AMRN 7. Ancient Roman Ring- made of copper, authentic, missing stone, dug in Europe $39

W187. Civil War thru Indian War 7mm Pinfire Revolver- action works when pushing trigger forward, nice grips, overall Fine condition, 6 shot cylinder, well marked, sophisticated for the times, 7mm cartridges, very popular with Officers. SOLD

C48. CS Tower Bullet- big bullet, drop, deep cavity, Fine condition, dug Bovina, MS $35.00
W181. Ethan Allen Sidehammer Revolver- .32 rimfire caliber with a 3 1/2-inch octagonal barrel. Serial number “397” is marked on frame under grips and on underside of barrel. Low desireable number. The left side of the barrel is stamped in two lines: “Ethan Allen & Co. Worchester, Mass” over “Allens Pats. Sep 7- Nov 8 1958-July 3 1860” marked on left side of frame in front of cylinder. Two-piece smooth walnut grips in very good condition. The trigger, hammer and all related single action mechanisms are in very good working order. A fantastic example of an Ethan Allen Sidehammer Revolver! SOLD

W179. Rare British Transition Percussion Revolver- .44 caliber with a 5 3/4-inch barrel. Total Length 12 inches, massive gun(Dirty Harry size). Six-shot non-fluted cylinder. Fine engraving on frame and hammer. Trigger, cylinder, and bar-hammer action are in excellent condition. Two-piece finely checkered walnut grips are in very good condition. Overall an outstanding British Transition Percussion Revolver! Museum Quality! $895.00 shipped to your door

W180. Allen & Wheelock Sidehammer Revolver- scarce gun not many produced, found in a barn at a Civil War Plantation site, looks like hammer was broke and person took cylinder and rod as spare parts for another revolver, interesting relic $175.00  Special Price- $135.00  SOLD

M204. Civil War CDV & Memphis Tenn. Cover-Southern Bell-Amazing Hoop Skirt- the CDV of the woman is fantastic and highly detailed with an amazing hoop skirt. Her hair is fine and she is very beautiful. The  CDV was originally with this letter but the actual script has gone missing. The fancy cancel Mark is from Memphis Tennessee dated December( looks like Dec.8th 1864) with a beautiful rose red Washington 3-cent stamp. It is addressed to Madison County Illinois. The envelope is in very good condition with no rips or staining $29.00

BP94. Union Eagle Breastplate- no hooks, two rust spots on face, VG condition SOLD

 BU103. Confederate Artillery "A" Button- VG condition, with shank, local B/M, dug near Vicksburg  $149.00

BU104. Confederate Lined "I" Infantry Button- local B/M. Fine condition, with shank  $159.00

BP87. Union Eagle Sword Belt Buckle with Keeper/Leather- Fine condition, Non Dug, with Silver Wreath, Keeper retains some leather, Gorgeous combination  $275.00

BU102. Union Officer Button- coat size, non dug, with swatch of cloth, very cool!    $95.00

M192. Four sets of Civil War Matches-  all 4 sets for only for $29.00

BU100. MVM(Mass. Volunteer Militia) Button- Gorgeous with shank, hard to find non dug $45 shipped to your door

BP85. CS Snake Buckle- with Snake and one Loop, crack in middle of Loop, Rust in middle and evidence of leather or something on that loop, probably used something iron and leather to try to save loop, cool relic, $215.00 and free shipping  SOLD
M182. 1841 Monitorial Reader for Youth- used at Academies & Schools, Good condition  $39.00

BU93. CS Virginia State Seal Button Fine condition, with shank $95.00

M177. Civil War Period ID'd Straight Razor- "David Antoine" on horn handle, not sure if he was civilian or Soldier, Fine condition, part of trademark visible, length 10 3/4's inches  $35.00  SOLD

M178. Civil War Hunting Flask- Fine condition, non dug, nice antique petina, birds & dogs on both sides  $65.00  SOLD

M174. Unique 1848 Bible/Hymnal- owned by Ada Clark, her name on front, Bible is in real good condition to be so old, envelope inside from family member with a postcard which has a picture of her. $49.00  SOLD

C42. Rare Agar Machine Gun Cartridge- Fine condition, with bullet & Cap, not sure if they were married together or found that way, either way complete and very cool  $275.00 SOLD

M155. Clay Pipe & Alex Finlay/New Orleans Toothbrush- dug together in New Orleans at a Plantation Site- nice pair of relics  $55.00  SOLD

AR58. CS 10 Pd. Read Parrott Shell- with iron sabot, wood fuse, Good condition  $195.00  SOLD to PA

BU76. US/CS Voltiquers "V" Button- Rare, with shank, in VG condition. The Voltiquers were a Special Forces unit that used Light Mountain Howitzers & Hale's Rocket Launchers during the Mexican War. Robert E. Lee and Joseph Johnston both commanded the Voltiquers. Interesting fact is the Voltiquers wore a light grey uniform opposed to the dark blue of the other uniforms. Coincidently, these two future great Confederate Generals donned the "grey" a full decade and a half before the Civil War. These buttons were used by Southern Troops during the Civil War. They were distributed to LA and VA troops for Civil War usage and are found in their Camps. Seldom seen for sell, buy this one while you can at this price due to the scarceness & history.  $225.00  SOLD

M94. Extremely Rare 1860 Cherokee Bible- Fine condition, seldom ever seen, written in Cherokee, Dated 1860, Museum Quality, one of the Rarest Bibles from that era  $1250.00

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