Civil War Model 1864 Cartridge Box ORIGINAL. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Thinning out my CE Collection. Here is a great condition original CW Infantry Cartridge Box, Model of July 1864. Inner lid is stamped ?????? ARSENAL 1864 US. This indicates to me it was a US Gov’t Arsenal Made accouterment and not a Contract Made Cartridge Box ( see last pic). With cartridge tins, it is solid in all respects. Comes with what I was told when I bought it, an original shoulder strap Brass Plate and a repro Sling. I have to pass some of my collection on to the younger generation.... so here it is. Reasonable opening bid. No reserve. I’ve had it for many years. Now it’s your time to take care of it. Good luck bidding.
DUG ARTILLERY FRICTION PRIMER CIVIL WAR RELIC. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS First Class Package.
Very solid dug friction primer from Lenoir county, North Carolina. This would make a great addition to any collection.
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BYROMS FORD STRATEGICALLY WAS THE BEST CROSSING. THE BYROM'S FORD ATTACK ON THE BIG BLUE RIVER WAS TO SECURE A CROSSING FOR THE 500 WAGON TRAIN CARRYING THE SUPPLIES OF GENERAL PRICE. CONFEDERATE MAJOR GENERAL STERLING PRICE WAS DRIVING WEST TOWARD KANSAS CITY & FORT LEAVENWORTH IN KANSAS WITH THE PLAN TO BRING MO INTO THE CONFEDERATE STATES.
A Civil War spur out of a local estate. The spur is made of reddish brass, with narrow side bars and a crudely finished rectangular neck and very simple iron or steel rowel. The spur strap is actually a Civil War cavalry blanket roll strap, as found, in good condition, solid, but there is a light mouse chew on one edge.
12pdr spherical case shot shell for use in the 12pdr smoothbore. Normally, the shells are filled with balls in a matrix that solidifes as it dries. The powder cavity is drilled from the fuse hole through this when the case shot are made of soft lead, but not when they are iron.
Antique Copper Cannon Ball? Dug PA Over 7lbs Pin On Top . Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS PRIORITY THIS WAS FOUND IN the GROUND IN BARN in Pennsylvania Scale in photos off by 6 ounces Measures 4” across Photos are description. Do not know history of this item. Thank you
Now, onto the box plates. There are two plates included in this lot. All latches are in good condition and intact. If you would like to see anything else on them I’d be happy to send. He loved gem stone hunting and civil war relics.
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Civil War Unfired Hotchkiss Artillery Shell. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. This 3 inch diameter Hotchkiss artillery shell is unfired. It was found in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area. The projectile has been deactivated. It has been drilled through the side and the powder removed. It is inert and safe. It does have a few chips. See the photos. They are part of the description. The shell has been cleaned and coated. This is a good piece for your collection. Seller pays shipping.
Buy it Now! You will Receive One Confederate Canister Shot that was Fired from a Civil War Cannon in Appomattox Virginia. These are the Big Boys. Makes a Nice Display. Now is your Chance to Buy Straight from the Relic Hunter.
Confederate States 12 Lb. Spherical Lead Sideloader Shell Recovered o n TheGettysburg Battlefield. T hi s CS A Shellw as r ec ov er ed m an y ye ar s ag o at Gettysburg. T he e xa ct location on t he field is n ot k no wn.
There are still remains of the rusted tin can around the sides. The patent information on the base is readable and this is an unfired example out of an old Virginia collection. The base reads, "Hotchkiss' / 3 IN / JAN'Y 7.
Civil War Era McKeever Leather Ammo Pouch 45/70 Government. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Looks Like Outside Started As Black Leather But Is Worn With Age. The Belt Loop Stiching Is Loose. Has A Brass Rod For A Hinge And Works Fine. Indside Is In Good Shape.
THE "USA" INTERTWINED BRASS BOSS IS PRESENT ON ONE SIDE BUT THE OTHER IS LONG GONE. THE LIP BAR IS A BIT BENT. ALTHOUGH THE OUTSIDE BRASS PLATING IS MOSTLY PRESENT, IT IS HEAVILY TARNISHED AND DOES NOT SHINE.